This is my first station, so I hope it stacks up with everyone else. I'm also a fan of starcraft, but not that good at it.
Total mass: 828.86t
Mun: Has not been tested, but based on this DV map, it has almost the same requiermants as minmus, 70 or so DV more
(lifter not shown) EDIT: A more updated pic, has more RCS now.
Fun fact: Avionics packages (.08t) are slightly lighter than the small nose cones (.1t), and it does not overlap your ASAS, so your ship could still look cool while still being light!
Brood Lord & Broodling in minmus orbit.
-3715 Electric charge
-2900 Liquid fuel (1 jumbo 64 + 2 small round O's)
-1790 Monopropellant/Design update: 2510
-8400 Xenon Gas
-1 normal docking port
-2 small docking ports
-Visible at night
-1 crew capacity
-More power than you ever need, plus it's prepetual
-Can NOT change orbit once transfer stage is ditched (Well you could try with RCS)
-Open up solar panels and antenna for sweet IVA view
Broodling: (Also transfer stage)
-220 Electric charge
-Liquid fuel ~ whatever is leftover from the transfer (In my case, about 1/3 of the tank)
-Can NOT dock (itself)
-1 normal and large ports
-2 small ports
-No perpetual power, but reserves can keep though the night (on minmus, add at least another pair for the mun)
-Visible at night (barely, the little battery lights)
Getting it into orbit
-Disable crossfeed for both docking port connections. (NOTE: This resets after quick loading/leaving flight)
-Lock gimbal for outer six engines
-Throttle up about 60% and change as needed
-Drop stages accordingly
-Do gravity turn a 10 Km (NOTE: Lifter is heavy so it will oversteer, turn several degrees less than you normally would)
-Once final ascent stage is reached, undock the big ports and fire your engines
-The aerospikes are there for finalising orbit because the LV-N's do not have a good enough TWR for the job-EDIT, It can be done, the aerospikes are entirely optional now.
-When finished with the aerospikes, be sure transfer the extra fuel out and ditch them to reduce mass*
*However the injection burn for minmus is about ~10 min, you may want to keep them for a shorter burn time at the price of less leftover fuel
-Establish minmus orbit and undock transfer stage
-When finished you should have NOT used any of the fuel in the station itself and should have quite a bit leftover in the transfer stage, move the transfer stage to a lower/higher orbit and you have a mini-refueler!