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- Cassiopeia (mythology) (or Cassiepeia), a queen of Ethiopia and mother of Andromeda in Greek mythology
- Cassiopeia (constellation), a northern constellation representing the queen
- Cassiopeia A, a supernova remnant in that constellation
- Cassiopea, the genus of the "upside-down" jellyfish
- Cassiopeia, a scientific wordprocessing and symbolic algebra system for MacOSX
- Cassiopeia (film), a Brazilian CGI film
- Cassiopeia (Battlestar Galactica), a TV character from Battlestar Galactica.
- Cassiopeia, the Serpent's Embrace, a playable champion character in the action real-time strategy video game League of Legends
- Cassiopea (Encantadia), the first Queen of Lireo in the Encantadia fantasy series of GMA Network
- Cassiopeia Black, a pure-blood witch from Harry Potter novels
- Cassiopeia, a tortoise featured in Michael Ende's fantasy book Momo (novel)
- Cassiopeia, the mother of Octavian in The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing
- Cassiopeia, a Java version of the game Carcassonne (game)
- Cassiopeia, Queen of the bee colony living in the tree across from Lindesfarne and Fenton in Kevin and Kell comic strip by Bill Holbrook.
- Casiopea, a Japanese jazz fusion group
- Cassiopeia a Finnish mixed choir.
- "Cassiopeia," a shoegaze/space rock band from Phoenix, AZ
- Cassiopeia (TVXQ), the fan club of South Korean boy band TVXQ
- "Cassiopeia," a song by Joanna Newsom from her 2004 album The Milk-Eyed Mender
- "Cassiopeia," a song by Dragonland from their 2006 album Astronomy
- "Cassiopeia," a song by Shabütie (now known as Coheed and Cambria) from their 1999 EP The Penelope EP
- "Cassiopeia," a song by Sunny Lax from his 2006 EP P.U.M.A./Cassopeia
- "Cassiopeia," a song by Rain (entertainer) from his 4th album (2006) Rain's World
- "Cassiopeia," a song by Sara Bareilles from her 2013 album "The Blessed Unrest"
- Casio Cassiopeia, a series of pocket PCs
- Cassiopeia (train), an overnight rail service in Japan
- Cassiopaea, A channeling experiment
- Kassiopi, a village, and a resort on the affluent north east coast of Corfu.
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