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"The Universal Neural Teleportation Network is a system of wormholes through the space-time continuum, aka Jump Points, which allows us to hop between different planetary systems."
Monica Rambeau[src]

The Universal Neural Teleportation Network,[1][2] is an artificial network of generating wormholes known as Jump Points in space, allowing ships to fast travel across the universe by jumping between different planetary systems.

History[]

Creation[]

In ancient times, an individual with both Quantum Bands used its power to create the Universal Neural Teleportation Network.[2]

Kree-Skull War[]

Mission on Torfa[]

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Kree Warships going through a jump point

The Supreme Intelligence sent the Starforce and Accusers to a mission on Torfa to rescue a Kree informant by the name of Soh-Larr. The Starforce and the Accusers used a jump point from Hala to Torfa, using the Helion and Accuser Warships respectively, but the mission turned out to be a trap set by Talos to capture Vers.[3]

Searching for Vers[]

After Talos captured Vers, he went to Planet C-53, where Mar-Vell was posing as Doctor Wendy Lawson. When Vers called Yon-Rogg with this information, he asked Att-Lass how far they were to the closest jump point, to which Att-Lass replied that it is twenty two hours away.[3]

Kree's Attack on Earth[]

Having received a call from Yon-Rogg to attack Planet C-53, Ronan the Accuser and a unit of Kree battleships used the network to arrive near Earth. After their attacks were rendered futile and a large number of their forces were destroyed by Carol Danvers, Ronan ordered a retreat, using the closest jump point to go back to their home planet. [3]

Traveling from Sovereign to Berhert[]

While they were chased by the Sovereign fleet, the Guardians of the Galaxy tried to leave behind the starships by escaping through the network to Berhert, passing through a jump point near a Quantum Asteroid Field. While the Milano successfully entered the jump point, it crashed on the planet due to the damage caused by the Omnicraft fleet.[4]

Seven Hundred Jumps[]

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Yondu Udonta's body reacts to all the jumps

"It ain't healthy for a mammalian body to hop more than fifty jumps at a time."
"I know that."
"We're about to do
seven hundred!"
Yondu Udonta and Rocket Raccoon[src]

When Rocket Raccoon, Yondu Udonta, Groot and Kraglin Obfonteri escaped the destruction of the Eclector aboard the Quadrant, Rocket set the coordinates to reach the planet Ego, unwittingly initiating a dangerous sequence of jumps across space to reach it - more than 50 jumps is considered dangerous for the mammalian body, and from the site of the Escape from the Eclector, travel to Ego required 700. This resulted in serious discomfort and temporary disfigurement for all on board, which only subsided once the Quadrant had reached Ego.[4]

Infinity War[]

Ambush on Thanos[]

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The Benatar approaching a jump point

"Approaching jump in three... two... one..."
Nebula[src]

In 2018, Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanoff, Thor, Bruce Banner, James Rhodes, Rocket Raccoon, Nebula, and Carol Danvers used the Benatar to travel from Earth to Planet 0259-S, using a jump point. After Thor killed Thanos, the heroes used the Benatar and another jump point to return to Earth.[5]

Answering Distress Calls[]

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The Benatar leaving Indigarr through a jump point

"And they're gone."
Thor[src]

In 2025, Thor and Korg watched as the Guardians of the Galaxy used the Benatar to leave Indigarr through a jump point to answer distress calls throughout the galaxy.[6]

Return to Earth[]

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The Bowie approaching a jump point

In December 2025, Mantis and Drax flew the Bowie from Knowhere to Earth and used a jump point to do so.[7]

Restoration of Hala[]

In 2026, the Kree Supremor Dar-Benn obtained one of the Quantum Bands and began attacking other planets in order to steal their natural resources. By opening up jump points near the planets, she was able to siphon resources like the atmosphere, ocean, and solar energy. Dar-Benn stole the second Quantum Band from Ms. Marvel and used its power with the other one in an attempt to steal the energy of Earth's Sun. However, the power proved too much for her to handle, resulting in her death and a rift in space-time to be created. The rift was closed by the combined efforts of Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, and Monica Rambeau, although Rambeau was ultimately left stranded on the other side of the rift.[2]

Capabilities[]

To be added

Appearances[]

In chronological order:

Trivia[]

  • The Universal Neural Teleportation Network show a lot of similarities with the Stargates from the comics: a network of devices, created by the Shi'ar Empire, that create stable wormholes throughout the universe. In the comics, Xandar has this technology because of their alliance with the Shi'ar.
  • Berhert is located at only one space jump from the Sovereign.
  • The mammalian body structure can't handle more than 50 consecutive jumps at a time without possibly suffering damage to their health.
  • The location where Thanos' ship attacked Thor in space was said to be 22 jump points away from Asgard.[8]

Behind the Scenes[]

  • According to James Gunn, he created the Universal Neural Teleportation Network for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a conceivable method to generate wormholes for expedited space travel. Wormholes, as cosmic tunnels which connect two points in space, theoretically exist as the solution to field equations without violating the laws of physics. However, wormholes have not been found to exist in nature; as a result, Gunn introduced the concept of Jump Points to the MCU to serve as a network of artificially generated stable wormholes, allowing for quick space travel over long distances.[9]

References[]

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