Tens. Of Thousands. Of Kilometers. Away.
But I guess you simple motherfu*kers can't read, right? It's not like "Oh that sh*t is just in the sky somewhere, Couple miles up, No biggie."
10,000 km = 6200+ miles...Planes fly in the sky at 5 1/2 miles...Yeah...You people are fu*king dumb lol. People here something about some hidden portal and SWEAR it has something to do with alien or teleportation. It doesn't work like the game does, People.
Is that all you have to add? "I guess" you haven't read enough on the involved subjects. Whenever you deal with space physics, quantum physics or any advanced science, it gets abstract. Before NASA discovered these portals, they swore they didn't exist, even though the Egyptian Book of the Dead covers them in DEPTH.
In a way it does have to do with "alien or teleportation". These portals are created through a process of magnetic reconnection. This process is constant and drags solar wind plasma to regions around the earth. When a magnetic field line closes, it takes some of the solar wind plasma from the Sun's magnetic field and pulls it towards the earth.
This phenomena also creates a gap (tear) in the magnetosphere or a northern polar cusp, a special location where a gap exists to the "stars". There is evidence of galatic cosmic rays from supernovae explosions, solar particles, and element enriched areas containing building blocks like carbon, oxygen, silicon, sulfur, etc (all the blocks necessary for consciousness to self a.ssemble the apparatus necessary to experience reality beyond that point) at the northern cusp. Also, Flux Transfer Events/FTEs are present, and some suggest when space tears like this, quantum/micro black holes can form, creating passageways to who knows where in the quantum world. In other words, these are possible pathways that lead beyond the sun.
BTW: Nothing wrong with considering possibilities offered in video games, better then the knowledge filter b.s. coming from NASA, and other organizations. Comic Books are heavier them most the sh*t in science books.