Nice! I like the atmospheric fog and the random objects on the floor. Are those viney things on the sides supposed to be spider webs or tree roots? The look a like tree roots to me.
I've also been working on something more eerie than usual. An empty anomaly, inspired by that Star Trek Voyager episode.
No light sources, no planets, no stars, no matter at all.
Except other trapped ships.
The journey begins by getting close to a black hole.
Once you get into a certain range the singularity's pull increases rapidly, effectively sucking you in like the trope demands. If you react quickly and reverse course with a fast enough ship) you can escape the pull, but don't count on it.
Inside, the interstellar warp chart ceases to work and you have only one way to return to normal space.
These will appear randomly inside the anomaly and close in a short time (20 - 40 seconds) so it's a race to get out once they appear.
Once you manage enter once of those you are instantly transported back into a random star system.