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Structured, spatial-temporal data arises in many applications areas such as transportation, sensor networks or mobile services. Peer to peer networks are the natural choice for the distributed architecture required by these applications. However, a closer analysis of the available distributed hash table (DHT) based approaches shows their inefficiency since the data structure gets lost and the short liveness of the data leads to a high signalling traffic. In this work we propose a novel storage network based on an overlay of space-based computing containers for storing, accessing and manipulating dynamic data.