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Tellus is a Latin word meaning "earth" and may refer to:
- Tellus, the ancient Roman earth mother goddess; see Terra (mythology)
- Tellus (Ancient Athens), a citizen of ancient Athens who was thought to be the happiest of men
- An alternative name for the planet Earth which is often used in the science fiction genre. In this sense, the related adjective is Tellurian, which is also a noun for an inhabitant of Earth, i.e., a human.
- Tellus A (Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography), a scientific journal
- Tellus B (Chemical and Physical Meteorology), a scientific journal
- Tellus Audio Cassette Magazine, an extinct nonprofit audio art project now housed on the web at UbuWeb
- Tellus (comics), a comic book character and member of the Legion of Super-Heroes
- Tellus Institute, a nonprofit research and policy organization committed to environmental sustainability and social equity
- Tellus, a fictional human colony in the TV series Space: Above and Beyond
- Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, Georgia.
- Telus, a Canadian telecommunications firm
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