The Previously unknown purpose of the "Ninth Chevron" is revealed, and ends up taking a team to an Ancient ship "Destiny", a ship built millions of years ago by the Ancients, used to seed Distant galaxies with Stargates. This team, led by Dr. Nicolas Rush and Colonel Everett Young, is trapped on the ship, unable to change its programmed mission. The team encounters new races, new technology and new enemies as the runaway ship travels to the far ends of the Universe. Written by
Where Will Destiny Take You?
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Did You Know?
This is the fourth (third official) series in the Stargate franchise. The other 3 being: Stargate SG-1
(1997), Stargate: Infinity
(2002) (This is not a sanctioned series according to the creators and producers of the Stargate franchise), and Stargate: Atlantis
(2004). See more
Hunter Riley cannot have the rank of Sergeant. The Air Force eliminated the rank of Sergeant in 1994. By the number of stripes on his collar insignia, his correct rank should be Senior Airman. See more
[repeated line in reference to Dr Rush
That man's a lot of work.
Spun-off from Stargate SG-1