My view would be that, as long as tinWiki's core concern is maintained as one's core concern, ...there is basically no limit as to how many articles
can be created relating to what could be said to be the same subject.
The only important thing is that tinWiki has its specific focus. To explain what I mean: it makes little sense to write a big article on the Marvel
comics Spider Man just for the sake of it, that becomes so big that it spills over, so to say, into tens or even hundreds of articles detailing the
various possessions ever observed in his apartment -- creating separate, content rich and detailed articles about each and every item he has been seen
to have in that apartment, ...and perhaps creating additional, long articles about all the articles that have not
been seen but that might have
been expected to have been there, and providing in-depth discussion as the the possible reasons why those items and objects have not been observed to
have been present in Spider Man's apartment.
If tinWiki were a comic book encyclopedia wiki, or perhaps even an exlusive Spider Man encyclopedia wiki, such articles would be just perfect in
But this is, then, an encyclopedia wiki with a different topic and area of focus. And what is appropriate to present in this encyclopedia is therefore
different than what would be appropriate in, say, a Spider Man encyclopedia wiki, or, say, a Star Wars encyclopedia wiki (like for example
My personal view is that the International Space Station is of high relevance in this particular encyclopedia. I would consider it natural if there
were about ten articles that related fairly directly to various aspects of the ISS. Other topics are probably even more relevant, and I definitely
think there should be 100 to 200 articles about various topics relating to extraterrestrials, perhaps some similar number of articles about ghosts and
the supernatural and so on, and probably at least 300 articles about conspiracies and conspiracy theories.
So, while the ISS isn't perhaps at the very core of tinWiki's area of focus, unlike what it would perhaps have been in, say, an encyclopedia wiki
about space travel and Man's exploring the universe, or something like that, it is still extremely relevant to a number of topics that are indeed the
very focus of tinWiki. So, again, my general view is that it would be very natural to have multiple pages about the International Space Station.