Dyson Consortium

The Dyson Consortium (Officially the Dyson-O'Neill Free-Trade Mining Consortium) is a unique Star-Nation, of which a significant percent of the population and territory is constantly moving from space station to station. The Dyson Consortium lays claim to no planets or moons because their entire populace resides in large space habitats.



1 Star System (permanent holding)
Hundreds of large space habitats.


Capital: WIP, Dyson-O'Neill System.
Type: Democratic Council.
Chief Governing Body: Consortium Council.
Head of State: Secretariat.
Notable Government Agencies:
Consortium Bureau of Trade Interests (CBTI)

Civilian Information

Population: 6.7 billion

Species: Primarily human and human-derived.

Religion: Varies greatly.

Lifespan: Generally between 140-180 is common.

Languages: Solar Anglic, Cerean Anglic and Enlightenment Anglic.


Type: Free market economy.
Currency: Solar Credit
General Imports: Plants, animal life, certain chemicals and life support machinery.
General Exports: Space Habitats (real estate) and Rare Materials.


The Dyson Consortium that most know of today exists because of the hard work of two Terran Humans, Alexander Dyson and Caesar O'Neill. Caesar hailed from the Roman Trade Coalition, and worked in maintenance of on one of the many toll stations that were put in continuous action around the five wormholes that connected the RTC to the other parts of the Terran Sphere. With elderly parents to support, he grabbed any opportunity for extra work, and subsequently spent the next decade working around the stations doing numerous jobs such as structural technician, atmospheric technician and even janitor. This decade of on the spot training made him an expert space station engineer.

It wasn't until Caesar met with Alexander Dyson, a prominent Cerean businessman, that the foundations for the Consortium were set down. Dyson had made millions producing the machinery and fabricating the large Artificial Biomes that dotted Ceres. Even after Ceres was absorbed into the SU, Dyson had been re-hired by the affluent Solar Union to construct additional cities, enough for several million people. At first O'Neill had approached Dyson with the idea for a new kind of long term space habit, allegedly enough for a million people.