P3W-451's black hole

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P3W-451's black hole
Type Astronomy
Current status Active
Out of Universe information
First appearance "A Matter of Time"
Wikipedia article
"A newly formed one by the looks of it. P3W-451 was orbiting its companion star. The orbit's probably pulling them closer and closer."
—Captain Samantha Carter (SG1: "A Matter of Time")

P3W-451's black hole is a black hole around P3W-451 that appeared in 1998. This black hole threatened Earth by keeping Stargate Command's Stargate active. It was used in 2001 to make Vorash's sun going to supernova and destroy Apophis' fleet.

Detailed evolution

"A Matter of Time" (1998)

In space, nearby a planet and its companion star, some star's matter is drawn by another bright star. Suddenly, this star blasts then a small black hole appears, sucking all the solid rocks in it, and making it stronger.

When Stargate Command dials back the planet, the personnel who is inside the control room eventually witness all the team members trying to flee the newly formed black hole, but time seems to freeze from their outlook. But the Stargate won't disengage and threatens the SGC and eventually Earth by sucking all the matter into the wormhole, including the iris.

Thanks to Colonels Frank Cromwell and Jack O'Neill, the wormhole is eventually disengaged with the explosion of a bomb making the worhmole jump to P2A-270.


Behind the scenes

  • This black hole has different design than will have other ones in franchise.