There may well be more than one space station. One or more (that eventually turns out to be a false New Jerusalem) may even be endorsed by respected religious organization(s). It may not be easy to tell which is the one ordained by God. Pray for guidance.
What is even more likely is that respected religious organizations* will not endorse any. Probably because the space station(s) didn't appear as they expected, and/or people didn't go to the space station in the manner they expected. The opposition maybe somewhat similar to the way that religious people in authority denounced Jesus -- re-read the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke & John again!
Will there be opposition to the building of a New Jerusalem (as described in Revelation chapter 21), similar to the opposition to building a temple in Ezra chapter 4? Was at least some of that opposition a response to not allowing others to help? "...'Let us help you build because, like you, we seek your God...' But...the heads of the families of Israel answered, 'You have no part with us in building a temple to our God. We alone will build it for the Lord...' Then the peoples around them set out to discourage the people of Judah and (troubled them as they built)." (Ezra 4:2-4). The Israelites wouldn't let the neighboring peoples help build the temple, yet, the Israelites intermarried with the neighboring peoples! See Ezra chapter 9.
*The apostate church will "have a form of godliness, but deny its power." See 2 Timothy 3:1, 2, 5. It is very possible that the doctrine of several respected religious organizations rejects the idea of a physical New Jerusalem built by human beings.
Building of a space station (that eventually becomes known as the New Jerusalem) is likely to be well known around the world, but ridiculed by a large number of people including the dragon, leopard beast and lamb beast. Religious zealots are likely to be blamed for many of the problems in the world because they boldly talked about the problems, such as during the first and fifth seals, the cry of the eagle, the two witnesses, etc. Misrepresentation of facts seems to be a daily, almost normal, course of events today. Where problems are often blamed on those who are trying to expose or correct the problems.