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For questions about the 'Stargate' franchise. For the movie of the same name released in 1994, use [stargate-movie]. Use in conjunction with the specific series as well: [stargate-sg1], [stargate-atlantis], [stargate-universe] or [stargate-origins].

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How could they dial Destiny without knowing where it was? They couldn't without a little help. Let me explain. I can't recall the exact source at the moment but there is an SGU prequel book or comic …
answered Sep 9 '19 by John LA
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While it seems implausible the iris must rectract into some small gap between the inner spinning ring and the outer ring. It's even harder to swallow that this doesn't interfer with the inner ring but …
answered Aug 13 '19 by John LA
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I get that the first 6 are supposed to be coordinates for the destination and the last (8th in this case) would be the point of origin while the 7th is supposed to be a distance calibration.. but is t …
asked Aug 17 '19 by John LA
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There are a number of "new" canon stories set after the end of SGU on television. First there's the Back to Destiny comic series but also a Back to Pegasus series focused mainly on SGA that also invo …
answered Oct 2 '19 by John LA
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Technically yes but there are insurmountable obstacles. First, we only ever see two destinations outside the Milky Way Galaxy network successfully dialed. We know from SGA that the only way to dire …
answered Sep 9 '19 by John LA
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As others have noted about the SG1 episode "Watergate" the stargate must screen out ambient pressure somehow in an unspecified way. More specifically concerning whether every planet in the gate …
answered Aug 20 '19 by John LA
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I'll address the second part of your question first. Why didn't they build more of O'Neill's booster device? Basically they did. Carter's work on what became the Mk1 naquada generator was the direc …
answered Aug 11 '19 by John LA
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They aren't supposed to use much if any Naquada in their construction. It's generally assumed the style of gate from Destiny is oldest but some sources, namely the comic continuation of SG:U indicate …
answered Oct 8 '19 by John LA
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You probably could but only after you know it's position telling you the first six symbols. Then knowing the distance you could a.) use the proper 7th chevron (assuming different ones denote differenc …
answered Aug 16 '19 by John LA
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below. Leaving the iris closed, as soon as the wormhole disengages dump cement into the Stargate from the back, now "top". If the iris is hot enough maybe throw scrap steel in instead. But that …
answered Aug 14 '19 by John LA
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I've seen others ask why the Wraith didn't react sooner, attacking with greater numbers and frequency after the Atlantis expedition wakes them but what about those 100 centuries previous when they cou …
asked Oct 11 '19 by John LA
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they'd have a few days. I also find it hard to believe that there wasn't another habitable planet with or without a Stargate less than 12 hours away by intergalactic hyperspeed. I like SGA but it really …
answered Aug 10 '19 by John LA
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Maybe Destiny stopped at a preset distance long ago and has only circled awaiting it's research crew until the personal of Icarus Base gated in. As we know a 9 symbol address is like a MAC address i …
answered Aug 22 '19 by John LA
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oldest design. Unfortunately the Stargate franchise has two incompatible "canon" continuities, (some of the) books and the comics from American Mythology. I can't speak to the books but without going …
answered Aug 27 '19 by John LA
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abandoned the Pegasus Galaxy went out into the Milky Way and we can surmise some of these are the ones who built the obelisk that transported the Sodan warriors between their village and Stargate. We see …
answered Aug 11 '19 by John LA

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