The StarCluster Antigravity Guide is an in-depth technical paper on the physics of anti/artificial gravity. The Guide discusses the parameters of the antigravity field effect and its uses in the StarCluster. Opening the Guide is a discussion of A-Grav plates, and how they can be stacked to compensate for field attenuation. The field itself, its region of effect, direction, and modulation, are brought up next. Uses of the field for propulsion, suspension, and attraction are explored, including such details as power consumption, footprint, and near-surface field effects. Antigravity is the key technological breakthrough at Tech Level 9, allowing everything from the safe handling of anti-matter to dry toilets. Specific examples of A-Grav use are used as examples including gravitic grapples, frictionless surfaces, suspensor and lock-down mechanisms, forcecages, and GRADAR.
This guide is also available as part of the StarCluster Technical Supplement #2. If you already have that supplement, you don't need to get this one.