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The Yǒuxiàn yǔzhòu (English: finite cosmos), or Yǔzhòu de běnzhí (English: nature of the cosmos), and simply known as the Yǔzhòu symbol, is a popular symbol of Cometanic origin used to represent Astronism in East Asia. Its predominance in usage over the Vendox in East Asian Astronism remains a widely debated topic. In countries outside East Asia, it is often referred to as the Sign of The Cosmos, or the cosmic limitation symbol and can be considered the secondary symbolic representative for Astronism after the Vendox in all other forms of Astronism outside East Asia.
A circle in which four stars are placed, usually black and white, and has a thicker outer boundary to denote the intransversable cosmic periphery.