Hyperjump (& black hole) visuals

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How much of this would be actually visibe given that we don't have any fancy over the top nebula background? Would the faint Milky Way be enough?
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You'll see the warping of the background stars in the other system along the rim, I think that was visible in the Interstellar movie, as their destination system wasn't a nebula either.
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To bad that this is not realistic and will probably never get observed.
It looks cool, but a object wrapped around a space-unicorn looks cool too :) .

I like the homeworld approach more, disassemble the ship on one side and assemble it on the other. It may work if information can get transmitted through pico or nanometer wide wormholes.
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This had cool effect for diving into a wormhole, (you can control direction with your mouse):
https://starrior.com/
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Space Engine also has rather nice black hole lensing.
A Scott Manley video of it https://youtu.be/Htyv6m9jaNY?t=694
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