Scientists of Terasa's Carl Sagan Laboratory are pouring all their resources into investigating the gaping wormhole in outer space that appeared with the outcome of the Draconis experiment. Current technology has proven insufficient for a successful jump. Although scientists are theoretically familiar with how star gates work no energy has yet been discovered that would trigger a wormhole's reaction. To utilize such a singularity for bridging vast distances requires a precisely configured energy and gravity field. In current experiments the researchers are using gravitons and novel drives to get said reaction, with muted success so far.
Also nothing is known about the wormhole's destination yet. Judging from prior reports the scientists believe that wormholes like this are usually created from chaotic energy compounds. A spokesperson from the Carl Sagan Laboratory openly suggests that no matter where the wormhole might lead travelers will encounter chaos and reality warping. The journey into the foreign singularity will be no walk in the park, the experienced scientist added.
Research continues and the men and women of Terasa work feverishly towards making a jump possible.