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Cosmic art

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Last updated: JAN. 4, 2020

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Cosmic art, also referred to as space art, spacial art, or astronomical art, is a genre of art that is proliferated by Astronism.

Depiction of stars

  • Semiastral – star featuring half points (shorter points)
  • Biastral – star with two points
  • Terastral – star with three points
  • Quadrastral – star with four points
  • Pentastral – star with five points
  • Hexastral – star with six points
  • Septastral – star with seven points
  • Octastral – star with eight points
  • Nonastral – star with nine points
  • Decastral – star with ten points
  • Hendecastral – star with eleven points
  • Dodecastral – star with twelve points
  • Tredecastral – star with thirteen points
  • Quattuordecastral – star with fourteen points
  • Quindecastral – star with fifteen points
  • Hexadecastral – star with sixteen points
  • Septendecastral – star with seventeen points
  • Octadecastral – star with eighteen points
  • Nonodecastral – star with nineteen points
  • Icosastral – star with twenty points
  • Tricenastral – star with thirty points
  • Quadcenastral – star with forty points
  • Quincenastral – star with fifty points
  • Hexacenastral – star with sixty points
  • Septicenastral – star with seventy points
  • Octocenastral – star with eighty points
  • Nonocenastral – star with ninety points
  • Centastral – star with one-hundred points
  • Ducentastral – star with two-hundred points
  • Trecenastral – star with three-hundred points
  • Millenastral – star with one-thousand points

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