Welcome to the Azha Sea settlement.
The Azha Sea is of course not an actual sea, but a large crater on the far side of some tragic burning planet’s only moon. Accordingly it can only be observed from space, which it was, presumably for the first time, some 80 years ago by interplanetary hotel giant M* (name omitted to protect the wealthy and lawsuit-happy). The remote location, picturesque meteor-wrecked landscape, and breathtaking view of the fire storms and rainbow-coloured explosions on the planet below within a day’s hike from the crater itself promised a popular holiday destination, if the little moon were polished up a little.
Then came a whole lot of negotiations - however useless the little moon was to anyone but the tourism industry, there’s no bit of space that isn’t already somebody’s property - and advertising campaigns and proudly displayed blueprints and terraforming timelines in M* office buildings. Then of course followed embezzlement charges, settlements, investment cancellations, death of the project.
What we are left with is a semi-stable probably safe atmosphere, a pond with some lichen around the shore, the unsightly concrete box that was the temporary terraforming lab, and a couple of warehouses. Nobody has set foot onto that moon in nearly 50 years.
Well, almost nobody. Nobody of importance, certainly.