Wormhole investigation: First test jumps a success

With thundering applause scientists of Carl Sagan Laboratory celebrated the first successful attempt at sending a probe through the wormhole. It was equipped with high grade sensors to transmit first-time imagery and measuring data from the origin of the singularity […]

With thundering applause scientists of Carl Sagan Laboratory celebrated the first successful attempt at sending a probe through the wormhole. It was equipped with high grade sensors to transmit first-time imagery and measuring data from the origin of the singularity to the lab. A newly-developed drive based on existing jump technology and a daring combination of gravitons enabled an energy fluctuation that saved the probe from being instantly destroyed upon hitting the wormhole.

Few minutes after the jump the scientists were receiving first data. Distressing data. Energetic chaos prevails at the wormhole’s destination. The sensor data shows unimagined peaks, cameras record an unbelievable and surreal spectacle of light. A few seconds later the streaming of data ends with the probe silenced forever. Its material could not bear the extreme forces any longer.