The biggest space station in science fiction is a massive, sprawling complex that serves as the characters’ home and base of operations.
It’s usually a key location in the plot, and it’s full of high-tech gadgetry and advanced weaponry. This space station is typically manned by a large crew and includes all of the comforts of home, such as restaurants, shops, and recreation facilities.
Mothership (ID4) Independence Day
The largest space station in the 1996 film Independence Day was Mothership, which was 600 kilometers wide and The mothership is a massive command vessel used by the Harvesters who invaded Earth in the War of 1996.
Space station Elysium
In the 2013 film Elysium, the space station Elysium was 60 kilometers in diameter and had a population of about one million people. It was designed by Mr. House to be a perfect society, with no poverty or crime.
Gundam cylindrical colony
In the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam, the cylindrical colony is 36.0 km in length and has a diameter of 18.0 km. It is home to millions of people who live in peace and harmony.
|Size||36.0 km in length|
Cooper Station interstellar
Cooper Station is a fictional interstellar space station from the 2014 film Interstellar. It is 4.42 kilometers long and houses a large number of scientists and engineers working to save humanity from extinction.
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