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A space station was a form of spacecraft that was constructed with the intention of remaining in a fixed position in space. On occasion they were placed in orbit around a planet or other celestial body for a variety of purposes.

Space stations sometimes were called other things, such as Nerva Beacon. However the design and function of the beacon was still that of a space station. (TV: Revenge of the Cybermen)

Space stations Edit

Dalek space stations Edit

Space stations operated by the Daleks included Sky Seven Space Station, (COMIC: Eve of War) the Crucible, (TV: Journey's End) the Dalek command station (PROSE: Engines of War) and the Dalek space station. (COMIC: Return of the Daleks)

Human space stations Edit

Space stations operated by humans included Medusa, (AUDIO: Three's a Crowd) Nerva Beacon, (TV: The Ark in Space, Revenge of the Cybermen) Space Station Q4, (PROSE: The Dimension Riders) Space Station W3, (TV: The Wheel in Space) Satellite Five, (TV: The Long Game) Dark Space 8, (AUDIO: Bang-Bang-a-Boom!) Vega Station, (PROSE: Demontage) Station 7 (COMIC: The Only Good Dalek) and Le Verrier. (TV: Sleep No More)

Time Lord space staions Edit

Space Station Zenobia was a space station operated by the Time Lords. (TV: The Mysterious Planet, et al.)

Other space stations Edit

Platform One was a space station used as an observation deck for a multitude of beings to witness the destruction of Earth in the year 5 billion, including the Ninth Doctor and Rose Tyler. (TV: The End of the World)

Other space stations included Terminus, (TV: Terminus) Dogstation, (PROSE: Mad Dogs and Englishmen) Space Station Camera, (TV: The Two Doctors) Think Tank, (WC: Shada, AUDIO: Shada) and The Torch. (PROSE: Shining Darkness)

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