Microgravity Space Habitats
Non-rotating habitats with a zero-gee environment can take almost any form. Clades such as space-adapted humans, cyborgs and vecs which do not require artificial gravity generally build microgravity habitats.
Often they consist of many independent units connected together with airtight seals; these units may be of many different types and ages. Over time a cluster of microgravity habitats may grow to be very large; this can cause a problem as the cluster will self-gravitate, and may collapse or deform in undesirable ways. For this reason large microgravity clusters have a low density and may look sparse and spindly from a distance.
Microgravity sports of several different kinds, such as Zero Tag and Zeegrav-ball are often played in larger non-rotating space habitats, and microgravity fabrication technology such as vapour deposition forms the basis of much of the economy within such structures.