No Man's Land
The DEVA was a space station created by mankind in the decades leading up to the planetary disaster known as The Great War. Predicting that worldwide tensions had risen to a point where an that would permanently scar the planet irrevocably were almost certain, a group of humanity began plans to ensure the species survival. Since their home world would not be able to sustain them, they sought to explore space.
DEVA was designed to hold three thousand occupants at any given time, although hot-bunking would be required at maximum capacity, and it was equipped with all facilities and supplies needed by them to survive in isolation for the designated time. Scienctists & Engingeers projected the life support system could work for over 900 years without failure, and the odds of a total failure were 1,763,497 to 1. The facilities and supplies for DEVA include complete construction equipment, hydro-agricultural farms, a water purification system, defensive weaponry to equip up to 20 people, communication systems and surface monitors, social, and entertainment files (for total duration). Waste management was conducted by burning trash on scheduled "burning days." Larger incinerator receptacles were used for the destruction of human corpses. In addition, the station is set to include a Phoenix kit, intended to help the inhabitants create a viable civilization in the post-nuclear world after the All Clear signal is sent from the planet's surface.