What in the world is a bitbucketspacestation repo?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Set up SSH for Git

Seriously, what is it?  All I want to do is push a project to a repo and it seems I can't do this without following a Rube Goldberg SSH setup.  In the documentation after I create an SSH key it prompts met to navigate to my bitbucketspacestation repo but what this is, how to create it or what to do with it is nowhere in the documentation.

Please tell me what I should do to be able to navigate to this repo so I can push my commits.

Running Ubuntu 14.01

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It is being used as an example in the docs - ideally, you should replace it with your own repository.

(I have a feeling it's a real repository - Atlassian uses a "Projects and code to get humans into space" sample data set in a lot of places, so it wouldn't surprise me if it existed, possibly with only Atlassian/partner access)

Thank you, this cleared things up for me and I'm able to push now.

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