Center of the universe
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Center of the universe may refer to:
- History of the center of the Universe, a discussion of the historical view that the Universe has a center
- Geocentric model, the astronomical model which places Earth at the orbital center of all celestial bodies
- Heliocentrism, the astronomical model in which the Sun is at the orbital center of the Solar System
Mythology and religion
- Axis mundi, the mythological concept of a world center
- Modern geocentrism, the belief that Earth is the center of the universe as described by classical geocentric models
- Time and space in the Mesoamerican religion
- Center of the Universe (TV series), an American sitcom
- Center of the Universe (EP), by Built to Spill
- Center of the Universe, an album by Admiral Twin
- "Centre of the Universe", a song from the album Epica, by Kamelot
- "Centre of the Universe", a debut single of Arthur Koldomasov
- "Center of the Universe" (song), a song by Swedish house producer Axwell
- "Center of the Universe", a song on the album Long Road Out of Eden by The Eagles
- Centre of the Universe (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory), the former interpretive centre of the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory in Saanich, British Columbia
- An egocentrist or a narcissist may sometimes be described as thinking they are the 'center of the universe' or that 'the universe revolves around them.'
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