Popular sport among baseline and nearbaseline humans, especially those spending extended time in microgravity environments. Two teams of 12 players compete in a microgravity arena, paneled with springy, cushioned tiles. The object of the game is to place a small ball in a target as many times as possible within four periods of 15-minutes each. Galactic championships of the sport are broadcast via Known Net link to most connected worlds with large baseline-equivalent sapient populations.
Microgravity - Text by M. Alan Kazlev A state in which gravity is reduced to virtually negligible levels. For example, when an object is in free fall, it experiences microgravity. It is deleterious to baseline physiology, but space-adapted tweaks can survive a microgravity environment indefinitely.