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* Doctor [[Daniel Jackson]] tries to convince his pairs that Pharaohs of the Fourth Dynasty did not build the [[Great Pyramids]]. Mocked and rejected by his [[Symposium on Ancient Egypt|symposium]]'s audience, he is hired by [[Catherine Langford]] to translate some hieroglyphics found on the [[1928]] [[Giza]] digging. Thanks to him, [[Project Giza]], leaded by [[US Air Force]] [[Major General]] [[W.O. West]], finds a way to establish a connection to a remote [[Abydos|planet]] via the [[Stargate]], name given to the circular device by Jackson according to his translation.
* Doctor [[Daniel Jackson]] tries to convince his pairs that Pharaohs of the Fourth Dynasty did not build the [[Great Pyramids]]. Mocked and rejected by his [[Symposium on Ancient Egypt|symposium]]'s audience, he is hired by [[Catherine Langford]] to translate some hieroglyphics found on the [[1928]] [[Giza]] digging. Thanks to him, [[Project Giza]], led by [[US Air Force]] [[Major General]] [[W.O. West]], finds a way to establish a connection to a remote [[Abydos|planet]] via the [[Stargate]], name given to the circular device by Jackson according to his translation.
* A [[First Abydos mission team|team]], leaded by [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]] (just reactivated), travels through the Stargate on the previoulsy established planet to discover a [[Abydonian|local primitive population]], and a new threat, the [[Goa'uld]] [[Supreme System Lord]] [[Ra]]. Eventually, Ra is defeated and killed by a [[Mark III nuclear bomb|nuclear warhead]] brought by O'Neill, aboard his [[Ra's mothership|spaceship]], while the latter stands in orbit around the planet.
* A [[First Abydos mission team|team]], led by [[Colonel]] [[Jack O'Neill]] (just reactivated), travels through the Stargate on the previoulsy established planet to discover a [[Abydonian|local primitive population]], and a new threat, the [[Goa'uld]] [[Supreme System Lord]] [[Ra]]. Eventually, Ra is defeated and killed by a [[Mark III nuclear bomb|nuclear warhead]] brought by O'Neill, aboard his [[Ra's mothership|spaceship]], while the latter stands in orbit around the planet.
* Daniel Jackson remains on the planet with the locals, while O'Neill, Major [[Charles Kawalsky]] and [[Ferretti]] come back to [[Earth]]. Once back home, O'Neill writes a "not entirely accurate" mission report, stating that everybody, including Jackson, are dead on the planet. He retires soon after.
* Daniel Jackson remains on the planet with the locals, while O'Neill, Major [[Charles Kawalsky]] and [[Ferretti]] come back to [[Earth]]. Once back home, O'Neill writes a "not entirely accurate" mission report, stating that everybody, including Jackson, are dead on the planet. He retires soon after.
| nowrap="nowrap" | {{ep|Stargate}},<br />{{nobr|[[SG1]]: {{ep|Children of the Gods}}}}<ref group="N" name="retcon">As a recton, events of the movie (released in october [[1994]]) have been recalled in autumn 1995 to fit ''[[Stargate SG-1]]''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s calendar, i.e. {{ep|Children of the Gods}}' events occuring in February [[1997]] ([[SG1]]: {{ep|Politics}}) and the [[first Abydos mission]] occuring over a year before, according to General [[George Hammond|Hammond]]'s statement.</ref><br />{{nobr|SG1: {{ep|The Tok'ra, Part 1}}}}
| nowrap="nowrap" | {{ep|Stargate}},<br />{{nobr|[[SG1]]: {{ep|Children of the Gods}}}}<ref group="N" name="retcon">As a recton, events of the movie (released in october [[1994]]) have been recalled in autumn 1995 to fit ''[[Stargate SG-1]]''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s calendar, i.e. {{ep|Children of the Gods}}' events occuring in February [[1997]] ([[SG1]]: {{ep|Politics}}) and the [[first Abydos mission]] occuring over a year before, according to General [[George Hammond|Hammond]]'s statement.</ref><br />{{nobr|SG1: {{ep|The Tok'ra, Part 1}}}}
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Latest revision as of 14:48, 3 September 2016

1995 events

Events Sources
  • Charlie O'Neill, Colonel Jack O'Neill's son, accidentally shoots himself with O'Neill's personal gun. He dies in the hospital soon after his admission. O'Neill sinks into depression, and is eventually deactivated from US Air Force duty.
Stargate,
SG1: "Children of the Gods",
SG1: "Cold Lazarus"[N 1]
Stargate,
SG1: "Children of the Gods"[N 1]
SG1: "The Tok'ra", Part 1

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 As a recton, events of the movie (released in october 1994) have been recalled in autumn 1995 to fit Stargate SG-1's calendar, i.e. "Children of the Gods"' events occuring in February 1997 (SG1: "Politics") and the first Abydos mission occuring over a year before, according to General Hammond's statement.