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MALP transmission from P4A-771


P4A-771 was visited by SG-1. When they arrived, they encountered enemy fire in the distance, similar to Goa'uld weaponry.


  • Names and Designations: P4A-771
  • Number of Suns: At least one
  • Number of Moons: Unknown
  • Source of Address: Abydos Cartouche
  • Introduced in Episode: 1.18 "Solitudes"
  • Earth Cultural/Technological Equivalent: Unknown hostile population; weaponry was similar to Goa'uld, possibly even Goa'uld itself
  • Main Interest: Exploration
  • Influenced/Dominated by: Undetermined; Possibly Goa'uld
  • History of Stargate: Unknown

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Geopolitical Structure and History

SG-1 arrived on P4A-771 for a normal reconnaissance mission (1.18 "Solitudes"). Once on the planet, they were pinned down by fire from alien energy weapons. Daniel Jackson dialed the Stargate to return home while his teammates returned fire. The enemy was in the distance, but the team was surrounded.

After the wormhole to Earth was established, Daniel lept through, Teal'c immediately following. Col. O'Neill and Capt. Carter were no more than a few meters behind the pair. At around this moment, one of the energy blasts from the aliens hit the Stargate. The impact resulted in Dr. Jackson and Teal'c being flung out of the SGC Stargate with such force they impacted heavily onto the ramp, Daniel unconscious. Samantha's and Jack's energy patterns did not come through the Cheyenne Mountain Stargate (The two were actually diverted to the second Stargate on Earth in Antarctica, its existence unknown to the SGC at this time). The SGC Stargate overloaded and had to undergo extensive repairs.

After at least 24 hours of various repairs on the Cheyenne Mountain Stargate, the SGC sent a second MALP to P4A-771 to try and find the two missing SG-1 members. They saw the first MALP and no sign of O'Neill or Carter. Energy blasts began to ring out, firing on the MALP. The transmission was cut off, and Hammond determined they would not send a rescue mission back to the planet.

Later, the planet was mentioned in passing by Colonel O'Neill when Senator Kinsey questioned the danger the Goa'uld represented. O'Neill's angry response was to ask Gen. Hammond to dial up P4A-771 and: "See how long the good Senator lasts in that world" (1.21 "Politics").


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