<font color="yellow">"Now I probably made an error here but I think that translates into a regulation lunar darts distance of approximately 46 feet 7.5 inches. Hmmm, it's a good thing you can't smoke on the moon because seeing the bulls-eye at that distance is going to be hard enough already without the usual bar atmosphere. "</font><br /><br />Well if your goal is to reproduce Earth dart trajectory conditions, etc. -- then what you'd want to do is both extend the distance to the board <b>and</b> scale up the size of it such that it approximates the size of a standard board at 7'9". Note you'll probably also want to modify the darts rules to include a flunky to fetch the darts -- shades of the ball fetchers you see in professional tennis matches.<br /><br />Of course this would do nothing for the conditions of the <b>thrower</b> having to work in 1/6th G in a pressure suit. We need one of those high-tech 'spray-on' suits that shuttle_guy wanted to see Pamela Anderson modeling in a thread a few months back. That'd take care of pretty much everything except the problem of throwing in low-G -- not much to be done about that.