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  Stargate Atlantis - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia
Stargate Atlantis is a spin-off from the television series Stargate SG-1, which was based on the film Stargate (1994).
The events of Stargate Atlantis follow the cliffhanger Stargate SG-1 seventh season finale Lost City, and the Season 8 premiere New Order (although the latter is only mildly important to the plot of Atlantis).
See Stargate for a more general summary of the universe this series is set in, and Stargate SG-1 for how events have transpired to get the plot to Atlantis.
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 Planets in science fiction - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Planets in science fiction are fictional planets that appear in various media, especially those of the science fiction genre, as story-settings or depicted locations.
Such a planet will be described from the point of view of a person dwelling on it, rather than from the point of view of an outside observer: the fiction may describe its geography, its history, and the social and cultural characteristics of its civilizations.
Several planets of the solar system have, at various times, been the basis for fictional worlds with characteristics more or less distinct from those of the actual planet, as presently understood; an early example is Edgar Rice Burroughs' Barsoom, a heroic fantasy version of Mars.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Planets_in_Science_Fiction   (4365 words)

 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Re'ol   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stargate is a science fiction/action film released in 1994, directed by Roland Emmerich and written by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich, with a soundtrack by David Arnold.
Stargate Infinity is an animated spin-off of the television series Stargate SG-1, which is in turn a spin-off of the 1994 film Stargate.
Stargate literature are the novels and short stories in the Stargate fictional universe, either based on the original Stargate film or on the Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis television shows.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Re%27ol   (1889 words)

 Stargate SG-1   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stargate SG-1 continues to break records in terms of Nielsen Ratings for the Sci-Fi channel, while the eighth season two-part episode "Reckoning" was widely regarded by fans as one of the five best in the show's history.
While most of the planets in the Stargate universe house transplanted human populations, several alien races are also featured, and a few of them have important roles in the story.
In the Stargate universe, the explanation for human presence on other planets is that the Goa'uld used Stargates to transport large numbers of humans to other planets for use as slaves.
www.punweb.com /article/Stargate_sg-1   (3744 words)

 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the Stargate fictional universe, the use of Stargate devices, and much later in the series, a small number of space-faring vessels, humans of Earth have come into contact with a large number of other Earth-like, populated planets.
Whilst most planets are shown only once, and then revisited periodically in the background of the show, some planets become key locations in the plot.
Likewise, the reason that most planets are inhabited by humans is that the Stargates were used predominantly by the Goa'uld for carting humans from Earth to other planets as slaves.
www.the-dispatch.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=List_of_Stargate_planets   (478 words)

 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Such stereotypes include: the planet covered by a single city; the planet whose surface is entirely desert; the planet covered by ocean, with no landmasses; the planet on which it is perpetually winter; the planet that is self-aware; and the planet which has been artificially constructed.
Prism — A planet in Alan Dean Foster's Humanx Commonwealth populated by crystal-based lifeforms.
Marklar — A planet that appeared in four episodes of the animated television series South Park, most prominently in Starvin' Marvin in Space, where all nouns are replaced by the word 'Marklar'.
www.gainesville.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=planets_in_science_fiction   (4518 words)

 Stargate Sg-1 Guide : Key Words
Here is a list of common phrase and words used on the show and fan kingdom.
It is a titanium metal barrier placed on the stargate 3 micrometers from the event horizon or wormhole of the stargate.
Each planet contains a series of 6 symbols with the 7th being the point of origin or the planet the person is on.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/stargate/67734   (436 words)

 Space Empires V and VI: Expansions and the Future: Tell the Company What's on Your Wish List | Space Empires ...
In reality that planet would have pulled in all the surrounding gas and compressed it to a pressure value that is directly related to the planets mass (eg, earth pressurizes gas at 1 ATM).
It is true that a large or huge planet in a small to medium nebula would probably destroy the nebula, however some nebulas can span several light years and in that case it is possible to have a planet inside.
The stargate sucked the matter away from the star, greatly reducing it mass (and therefore gravity) enough for the fusion energy to cause the star to nova.
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 Arduinna's Stargate SG-1 Handbook: Goa'uld
In Goa'uld society, Erebus was a planet that was used to build ha'tak vessels and to purify the naquadah used to build them, using only Jaffa prisoner-labor (regular humans wouldn't have been able to stand the heat and toxic fumes from the gas furnaces fed by underground volcanic systems, for at least a little while).
The stargate on Erebus is protected by a forcefield that functions like the Tau'ri iris -- you need to have the right code to send through the gate to deactivate it, or you die trying to pass through.
The treatments were actually sessions with an alien device she had found on the planet (possibly Ancient in origin), which she used to alter the locals's genetic makeup, in her ongoing quest to create a hok'tar she could use as a host.
www.stargatehandbook.org /sg1/goauldmain.html   (16058 words)

 Stargate Worlds - The Vault Network
One such Stargate is found on Earth, subjecting the vulnerable blue planet to an invasion by a brutal and intelligent snake-like alien race bent on galactic domination and known as the Goa’uld.
Stargate Worlds is a science fiction MMORPG based on the hugely popluar Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis TV series.
Stargate Worlds focuses on squad-based ranged combat and utilizes modern and science fiction weaponry, cover and terrain, but also offers a non-combat experience in the forms of detailed crafting and construction gameplay.
vault.ign.com /View.php?view=GameList.Detail&id=78   (381 words)

 Stargate Atlantis   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stargate Atlantis is a spin-off from the television series Stargate SG-1, which was based on the film Stargate (1994).
The events of Stargate Atlantis follow the cliffhanger Stargate SG-1 seventh season finale Lost City, and the Season 8 premiere New Order (although the latter is only mildly important to the plot of Atlantis).
The characters on Stargate Atlantis use both Ancient and human SGC technology, which is a mix of native human developments, adapted Goa'uld techonology and gifts from the Asgard.
www.pillscatalog.net /Stargate_Atlantis.html   (1318 words)

 Alien races in the Stargate universe   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Most planets in the Stargate universe are populated by...
Stargate created a rich lexicon of cultures and alien races.
Alien races in the Stargate universe; Human civilizations in Stargate SG-1; List of Technology in the Stargate universe; List of Stargate planets; Cast Regular characters
www.logicjungle.com /wiki/Alien_races_in_the_Stargate_universe   (445 words)

 Top 10 Sci-Fi Shows: Number 8 - Stargate SG-1 » Solar Flare: Science Fiction News
Stargate SG-1 is poised to enter a 10th year of production, making it the longest running US sci-fi show of all time.
Stargate SG-1 also found a solution to the perennial problem of budgets for science fiction programs.
The Stargate concept itself allowed the writers to present their viewers with planets and populations which were essentially the same as Earth.
www.sflare.com /archives/top-10-sci-fi-shows-number-8-stargate-sg-1   (629 words)

 Sci-Fi Vault - For all Science Fiction Fans!
Stargate SG-1 (sometimes written Stargåte to mimic the title art, and popularly abbreviated as SG-1) is a television series based upon the 1994 science fiction film Stargate.
The premise of both is the existence of devices called Stargates, which allow travellers to cross the vast distances of space in an instant.
This would be considered a spin off, rather than a sequel, as Stargate SG-1 is now considered of higher canonicity than the film that launched it, due to elements of the film being retconned.
www.freewebs.com /sci-fivault/stargatesg1.htm   (2512 words)

 GateWorld - Stargate SG-1 Season Two: "1969"
He convinces her to tell him where the Stargate is now -- a military armory in Washington, D.C. With the solar flare confirmed and the Stargate located, SG-1 makes the trip to Washington.
The S.G.C.'s list of Stargate addresses was taken from the Goa'uld's ancient map left in a cave on Abydos ("Children of the Gods").
The Stargate program had not yet been reestablished, but Catherine was well educated on the Stargate and her father's work.
www.gateworld.net /sg1/s2/221.shtml   (2556 words)

 Chevron 26 - Stargate SG-1: Planet Database 1
Stargate Status: Active (dialing in the SGC is disabled for that planet)
The Stargate was destroyed by Anubis' army under the command of Tanith (episode "Between Two Fires").
A planet with an Asgard cloaking device used by the inhabitants for the perpose of hiding from the Goa'uld.
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 NESFA 2006 Hugo Recommendations
Any NESFA member who reads something that they would like to recommend to others to be considered for a Hugo nomination can add it to the list.
These are items published in 2006 and eligible for the Hugos to be presented at Nippon 2007, Aug. 30 - Sep. 3, 2007, Yokohama Japan.
Here's the list for 2005 and the list for 2007.
www.nesfa.org /recommends/hugos06.html   (354 words)

 "Stargate SG-1" (1997)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The character Jonas Quinn is from the country Kelowna on the planet Langara.
Revealing mistakes: Several times, stargates about to have an incoming wormhole, start spinning and their chevrons light up one by one before the connection is established.
Stargate SG-1 is a tv show on Showtime, based on the movie, Stargate.
imdb.com /title/tt0118480   (767 words)

 SPACE.com -- Water Worlds: Astronomer Predicts Many Earth-Like Planets
Artist's impression the surface of a hypothetical ocean-covered planet in the habitable zone of a system with a "hot Jupiter." A "hot Earth" and the hot Jupiter are seen close to the setting sun.
Hot Jupiters are giant gas planets, with masses close to or greater than that of Jupiter's, orbiting around stars other than our sun.
These giants are believed to have migrated inward toward their parent stars as the planetary systems were forming, disrupting the space environment and triggering the formation of ocean-covered, Earth-like planets in a "habitable zone" conducive to the formation of life, the scientists reported in the Sept. 8 issue of the journal Science.
www.space.com /scienceastronomy/060912_earthling_planets.html   (608 words)

 Stargate SG-1 Season 3, Vol. 1
At the end of Season 2 of "Stargate SG-1," Hathor (Suanne Braun) was holding out a parasite to the human members of SG-1 and wondering which one of them was going to be the new host for this Goa'uld.
Obviously the idea is to get the show back to "normal" by the end of this season premier episode, and while this was an interesting cliffhanger, it pales in comparison to what we had a season earlier.
However, the Asgard want to mediate a non-aggression treaty between the humans and the System Lords to that Earth is one of the planets protected by the Asgard (and you thought intergalatic treaties were confusing in the "Star Trek" universe).
www.dvd-today.com /dvd/B00009Y3QQ/Stargate_SG-1_Season_3,_Vol._1.html   (923 words)

 Neutral Planets? - Stargate Worlds Game Forums
Yeah, would be cool to have the Nox floating city as a neutral location, and possibly the surrounding area of the planet where the gate is.
Maybe even have the planet from Paradise lost have a city built there(you'd have to get rid of the plant there though.
And yea there should be major consucueses, like have them lose ther weapons or you could have them thrown into a pit with a large monster and have them fight it without weapons, it could be a spectale you could pay to watch.
forums.stargateworlds.com /showthread.php?t=2744   (772 words)

 Stargate SG-1
Stargate SG-1, or more commonly referred as SG-1, takes place on earth with humans traveling using "stargates" or wormholes that allow space travel to outer planets.
With conflict brewing with the Goa'uld, an alien race that is highly vicious and an enemy of humans, the humans must explore the Stargate to find and develop technology to defend itself against the Goa'uld.
Stargate SG-1 is a science fiction television series which is a sequel to the 1994 movie Stargate.
www.buddytv.com /Stargate-SG-1.aspx   (319 words)

 SPACE.com -- Top 10 List of Habitable Stars to Guide Search
Turnbull, an astronomer at the Carnegie Institute of Washington, listed 10 of what she believes are likely to be habitable stellar systems, or "habstars," capable of supporting Earth-like planets and life.
The list was presented at the recent annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in St. Louis.
Turnbull's list of top-10 habstars were winnowed down from a pool of about 19,000 potentially habitable star systems that she and SETI scientist Jill Tarter created in 2003.
www.space.com /scienceastronomy/060221_habstars.html   (822 words)

 BNW Sci-Fi, Science, and Technology :: Top Site List
Stargate Exodus Simming is based upon the Sci-Fi series Stargate SG-1, but on an alternate series of events.
The United Temporal Federation of Planets is the best Temporal online simmulation group and it is set in the 31st century.
Set in the 31st century on the planet Gibraltar and the continent of New Scotland.
bnw.top-site-list.com   (0 words)

 Space Feeds
New on the Space Associations and Interest Groups list are Google Lunar X-Prize, 62 mile club, Yuri's Night, East Antrim Astronomical Society, Sidewalk Astronomers, and NewMars.
I had wanted to include this in the big list of space links at the bottom of the page, but I just couldn't make it fit into one of my categories.
One of them lists the most recent podcasts from The Space Show with Dr. David Livingston; clicking on a podcast title there will bring up a description, and you can even listen to the podcast right from this page.
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