PB5-926 was the world where SG-1 thought they were to rendezvous with the Tok'ra, but instead encountered an injured Apophis seeking asylum.
- Names and Designations: PB5-926
- Number of Suns: At least one
- Number of Moons: Unknown
- Source of Address: Apophis (pretending to be from the Tok'ra)
- Introduced in Episode: 2.17 "Serpent's Song"
- Earth Cultural/Technological Equivalent: desert planet; uninhabited
- Main Interest: Rendezvous
- Influenced/Dominated by: Uninhabited
- History of Stargate: Unknown
Geopolitical and Structural History
SG-1 arrived on PB5-926 because they received a set of radio message with a set of coordinates and assumed it came from the Tok'ra. They arrived on the desert world finding no one there to greet them.
They were surprised by a death glider being chased by other Goa'uld ships and crashing near the Stargate. Running to investigate, they found the pilot is a gravely injured Apophis, asking for their help. The ships chasing Apophis were still after him, careful with the fire to try and take the Goa'uld alive. Under fire, and figuring Apophis is more valuable to them alive, SG-1 retreated back to Earth with the wounded Goa'uld in tow.
In debriefing Hammond, the team conjectured that the message for them to come was somehow orchestrated by Apophis. Martouf of the Tok'ra later confirmed they sent no request for a rendezvous on PB5-926.
The Goa'uld who was holding Apophis prisoner, Sokar, wanted the former-system lord back. He bombarded a wormhole connected to the SGC with a particle accelerator, able to eventually break through the iris and destroy Stargate Command. He redialed every thirty-eight minutes (the limit an established wormhole can stay connected), demanding the SGC return Apophis to him, and his redialing was faster than the SGC's computer. Deciding the risk of destruction wasn't worth the reward of keeping a dying and uncooperative Apophis, the President ordered the Goa'uld sent back to PB5-926. All medical intervention was ordered to stop; Apophis, and his host, died before the next thirty-eight minute window opened. After tweaking the dialing computer to work faster, they were able to establish an outgoing wormhole back to PB5-926 and sent the Goa'uld's body back to Sokar.
–Aurora 12:28, 22 August 2008 (PDT)