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Dizhou Station

Dizhou Station is a Stanford torus variant in High Earth orbit, part of the famous string of large habitats known as the Diamond Belt. Constructed between 2188 and 2195, the station was established as a location for scholars and corporations to carry out cutting-edge bio-engineering research that was prohibited on Earth, such as the construction of novel synthetic organisms and human cloning. Today, it still remains a hub of bioengineering and synthetic biology research in cis-Lunar space.