Yes, a space station will support humans. It does now; the International Space Station has a varying crew of from 3-5 people. Previous space stations such as the two Soviet Mir stations and the old NASA Skylab station all had human crews.
This answer was taken from the website, ESA- International Space Staion...Human Spaceflight and Exploration The International Space Station is a Co-operational program between Europe, USA, Russia, Canada, And Japan for the joint development operation and utilisational of a permanently inhabited space station in low Earth Orbit. Legal framework defines the right and obligation of each of the countries and their jurisdiction and control with respect of their space station elements.
The Mir space station.
The International Space Station (ISS) is a habitable, artificial satellite (space station) in low Earth orbit. The ISS follows the Salyut, Almaz, Cosmos, Skylab, and Mir space stations, as the 11th space station launched, not including the Genesis I and II prototypes. The ISS serves as a research laboratory that has a microgravity environment in which crews conduct experiments in many fields including biology, human biology, physics, astronomy and meteorology.
The station offers an advantage over spacecrafts such as NASA's Space Shuttle because it is a long-term platform, in the space environment, allowing duration studies to be performed, both on specific experiments and on the human crews that operate them.
Crews of the International Space Station conduct experiments in human research, life science, physical science, and Earth observation.
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Satellites without people. For the United States that's all space flights except the Suttle and International Space Station, both with depend on human beings.
Well, the crew of the International Space Station do live, eat, and sleep there. But it's no 'hotel', because they have to work there too, they get paid for staying there instead of the other way around, and they sure don't have Room Service. At the present time, there are no other human beings anywhere else in space, and no facilities capable of housing them, other than the International Space Station.
The International Space Station (ISS) has supported permanent human existence in space since late 2000. Typically crew members are on-orbit for 4 to six months at a time. A new crew shows up to take over ISS duties before the old crew returns to Earth.
The ISS is operated by Expedition crews of six astronauts and cosmonauts, with the station programme maintaining an uninterrupted human presence in space since the launch of Expedition 1 - October 13, 2000. It is scheduled to be completed in 2011.