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Jules-Pierre Mao Books • TV doesn't park his ships in orbit at a public station. He also doesn't use a Mao-Kwik corporate station. He owns an entire fully functioning space station in orbit around Earth, with artificial spin gravity, solely for his private spaceships. It is a level of extravagance only the richest people in the system can afford.
Beside being a luxurious place to host guests and business partners, or as transfer station between Earth-shuttles and spaceships, it serves as Jules Mao’s personal orbital garage, where he can store and service his fleet of private spacecraft. Underneath the glitz there is a working station with mechanics and support staff. It is also the home dock of his private yacht, the Guanshiyin.
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