Sending something up into space? Having it stay up there while people live there as it orbits the Earth? Becoming an outpost far, far away from home? Just incredible. Building a habitable space station satellite will always be an amazing feat of engineering and planning and sheer human ingenuity. Here are all the space stations that have ever orbited Earth, from the Salyut to Skylab to ISS and everything else in between and after.
If I was in charge (and this is probably why I’m not) I’d say strap a Dr White Q-Thruster to it and then the space station would be a _ _ _ _ _ _ _
and yes I know it needs some sort of spin gravity and radiation shielding to be viable, but that's not a gif generating requirement.