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The Space Stations
There are seven stations orbiting around Nameo. The stations are named after the seven wonders of the Earth. Each one of them has a speciality so to speak, they focus on some activity and have been built to house it. They also each specialize in a type of research. While there is research on every station, some stations have better tools than others to conduct it. Below is the list of stations and a brief description of what they all offer.

The Taj

The Taj is the biggest station, and the one that this site focuses on. It contains one giant stadium and several training facilities for all different sports, and a theatre with the capacity to house all the inhabitants of the station in which concerts and performances take place. It specializes in bio-research, mostly focusing on mixed race individuals and how their bodies are similar and different from their two parent species.


Colosseo is the smallest station but it is definitely the liveliest. It holds the university that offers all sort of studies and training from artists to engineers, the dormitories, the library and other entertainment facilities such as bars and clubs. Because it is a university it has research laboratories in a number of different fields and does not specialize in one single field.

Giza & The Machu Pichu

Both the Giza and the Machu Pichu have a couple things in common: they both have the same size and they are the most family friend stations. They were built to be fun: one has an amusement park ala Disneyworld and the other a Zoo respectively. They have big house modules to house huge families, as well as parks and schools. Both stations, commonly known as the twin stations, also specialize in researching how humans and Dushkari alike have adjusted to life on the space stations, and ways that it could be improved.

The Petra

The Petra would be the most peaceful station. Filled up with gardens and green, it is the home of the elderly of the station and it holds all the crops and animals that allow the station to survive. Aside of the elderly, a group of young people, working, yet to marry or simply the wealthiest, live in this station. This station, not surprisingly, specializes in agricultural research.

Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza holds much of the culture. Once every few months, all of the children in school are taken to this station to visit a different museum or a different part of each museum, given their size. It is there to teach all the children of the station about the life in Nameo and the Earth. It not only houses millennia of history but also holds the creation of new one, as it contains the oversight committee for the governments of each station. This station also specializes in all anthropological, geological and archaeological research.


Wanli is not only the biggest mall ever built, with all sort of stores and facilities but also the warehouse in which everything is stored. While people often visit this station to do some major shopping, employees of the space stations are in and out of here almost weekly. It is a hub for all the stations and the bridge between Nameo, the stations and the Earth. It houses all transport ships, the mechanics and engineers that take care of them as well as the facilities that hold the security staff of the station. As the hub, it specializes in building and researching transportation.

Cristo Redentor

The Cristo Redentor is the oldest station, a relic. It also contains the world exhibit, which include different 'towns' to represent different cultures from Earth. Amongst all of the treasures that it holds, the most popular one is the first space station, which the visitors can enter and understand how the lives of the first women and men in space were. There is a great collection of religious artifacts and temples of all religions that can be visited. This station specializes in sociological sciences as well as cultural anthropology.

It is important to note that transport between stations is done effectively. They are ships that depart every ten minutes or more between the different stations as if it was some sort of public transport. Some people that are wealthy enough are able to afford small private ships but that is not the norm. Given the limited amount of space, only the wealthiest are allowed to buy the license and space required to keep the ship. The transport of food and other goods is done through some ships controlled by the government though given the high maintenance costs, they are starting to sell the fleet to privately owned companies that have decided to take over the transportation and logistics on which stations depend on.

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