SG-10 member (A Matter of Time I)

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Male SG-10 member
A character from Stargate SG-1
SG-10 member (A Matter of Time I) in Stargate SG-1 Season 2.jpg
Biographical information
Birth planet Earth
Death 1998
P3W-451
Gender
Race Tau'ri
Species Human
Status Deceased
Socio-political information
Allegiance Stargate Command
Affiliation SG-10
Out of Stargate universe information
Portrayed by Nickolas Baric
First appearance "A Matter of Time"

The male SG-10 member was part of the SG-10 team. He has been trapped, then torn apart on P3W-451 in 1998, when one of the suns went nova and became a black hole.

History

The man has been assigned to SG-10, one of the second wave of SG teams created in 1998. He has been sent on recon mission on P3W-451 to study the local population who, according to them, was extinct recently for an unknown reason.

Character's evolution

"A Matter of Time" (1998)

On P3W-451, following the formation of a new black hole, the male SG-10 member (as well as his teammates) runs as fast as he can to the Stargate. He is panting as he struggles to get up the sand's hill. He arrives at the DHD when Captain Watts starts dialing Earth.

When Stargate Command dials back the planet, the personnel who is inside the control room eventually witness all the team members trying to flee a newly formed black hole, but time seems to freeze from their outlook.

Notes

  • Like all his teammates, the SG-10 male member is declared dead as, according to Samantha Carter, "Their bodies will be pulled apart by increasing tidal forces". Yet, as the time dilation is more important as one is close to the black hole, "but from their perspective, it couldn't have been open for more than a second." According to these statements, the SG-10 male member is considered as deceased. More, the black hole has been used later to make Vorash's sun a supernova by putting a Stargate inside the sun and dialing P3W-451. Once opened, the black hole absorbed the sun's matter through the wormhole (SG1: "Exodus").
  • One doesn't know if he is a military or not.
  • According the the Fandemonium novel The Cost of Honor, SG-1, using an Ancient anti-gravity shield, managed to rescue the SG-10 team five years later. However, as the novels, comics, RPG's, etc. are not considered as part of the Stargate canon on this wiki, this assertion does not take place here.

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