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* [http://www.stargateatlantis.com/ MGM: Stargate Atlantis]
 
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Atlantis in the Pegasus Galaxy

Stargate Atlantis

Stargate Atlantis is the spin-off series created by Robert C. Cooper and Brad Wright which follows the adventures of the Atlantis Expedition Team in the Pegasus Galaxy. Dr. Daniel Jackson discovered the destination of the Ancients who lived in the city-ship Atlantis on Earth millions of years ago. Dr. Elizabeth Weir led her expedition through the Stargate and currently leads the Atlantis Outpost.

Episode Guides

The episode guides for Stargate Atlantis contain information about the episodes which cross over with the stories of Stargate SG-1 or impact the mythology of the Stargate universe.

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Stargate Atlantis: Season One - An elite team of explorers from Earth have embarked on a one-way trip to the Pegasus Galaxy to the legendary Lost City of the Ancients, Atlantis. Their mission is to explore the galaxy and seek contact with advanced alien races, perhaps even the Ancients themselves, and acquire the technology to return home with increased weaponry and knowledge to aid in the defense of Earth.
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Stargate Atlantis: Season Two - The Atlantis Expedition Team begins their second year in the Ancients' city-ship as the war with the Wraith takes on interesting twists, including the discovery of advanced technology left behind by the Ancients.
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Stargate Atlantis: Season Three - As the Wraith battle amongst themselves in a civil war, the Atlantis Expedition Team encounters an even more threatening enemy.

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--DeeKayP 20:43, 28 Oct 2004 (PDT)