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1998 EventsEdit

A repository of events that occurred in 1998.

Events
  • When SG-1 explore the planet Cartago and make first contact with the Byrsa people, Teal'c is recognized as once having been the First Prime of Apophis. As a result, Teal'c is put on trial for killing Hanno's father Himilco. Hanno releases Teal'c however, when the planet is attacked by Apophis and Teal'c helps to save the Byrsa people, proving that he has changed his ways and that he no longer serves the Goa'uld.. (SG1: "Cor-ai")
  • On an exploratory mission to the planet Tollan (P3X-7763), SG-1 find several survivors of an advanced civilization called the Tollans and return them to their civilization. (SG1: "Enigma")
  • On arrival to the planet designated PX3-989, SG-1 are rendered unconscious and their consciousness are copied into the bodies of duplicate androids. SG-1 eventually return to Earth, and their duplicates remained on PX3-989 with Harlan. (SG1: "Tin Man")
  • SG-1 are sentenced to life imprisonment in Hadante, an underground prison accessible only through a Stargate which has no Dial Home Device. A prisoner called Linea however, helps SG-1 to escape through Stargate, which also ensured her own freedom. But when SG-1 returned to Earth, Stargate Command realize too late that Linea is actually the notorious criminal nicknamed the "Destroyer of Worlds", who created a disease that wiped out an entire planet. Linnea escapes through the Stargate before the SGC could re-capture her. (SG1: "Prisoners")
  • SG-1 travel to P7J-989 and get trapped inside a Virtual reality pod. SG-1 are forced to relive past events, which included watching their friends and family members die, as entertainment. SG-1 manage to escape, and in the process also help the other inhabitants leave the virtual reality machine. (SG1: "The Gamekeeper")
  • While SG-1 explores the dead planet P5C-353, they discover an Orb that sends out electromagnetic signals. Believing the Orb contained messages from a lost civilization, SG-1 brings it back to Earth. However the Orb contains organisms which infected everything it touched, metabolizing its subatomic structure. SG-1 agree with the organism who is using Jack O'Neill as a means of communication to send the orb through the Stargate to P4G-881, which is a primordial world with no civilization which pays off and also results in the self-destruct being stopped altogether. (SG1: "Message in a Bottle")
  • Dr. Daniel Jackson returns to Abydos to inform his father-in-law Kasuf that he was unable to rescue Sha're, but he discovers that Sha're is already on Abydos, carrying Apophis' child. Heru'ur, sworn enemy of Apophis, invades the planet, intent on stealing the child but Daniel and Teal'c give the baby, a boy to Kasuf, who went into hiding. (SG1: "Secrets")
  • On an exploratory mission to Svoriin, Teal'c is stung by a giant insect. When Teal'c returned to Earth, the venom began to rewrite his DNA, which nearly caused Teal'c to transform into the insects's offspring. Later, as a result of these events, Svoriin is permanently locked out of the SGC's dialing computer and declared off-limits to all SGC personnel due to the incident with the bugs. (SG1: "Bane")
  • A group that poses as SG-1 steal the climate-controlling Touchstone from the planet Madrona (PX7-941), which causes the plant's weather to deteriorate, threatening the inhabitants with imminent death. SG-1 later make the disturbing discovery that the second Stargate on Earth, which had been officially decommissioned, has been reactivated by high-levels and used to steal the touchstone. SG-1 regain the touchstone and returned it Madrona but the team who posed as SG-1 escape through the second Stargate while the second Stargate is later permanently resealed with a twenty-four guard being placed on it at all times under the command of General Hammond.(SG1: "Touchstone")

Broadcasted MediaEdit

TelevisionEdit

List of Stargate SG-1 episodes that were broadcasted in 1998.

Stargate SG-1
Number Title Production Company Airdate
1.15 Cor-ai MGM Television Entertainment January 23
1.16 Enigma MGM Television Entertainment January 30
1.17 Solitudes MGM Television Entertainment February 6
1.18 Tin Man MGM Television Entertainment February 13
1.19 There But for the Grace of God MGM Television Entertainment February 20
1.20 Politics (Part 1 of 3) MGM Television Entertainment February 27
1.21 Within the Serpent's Grasp (Part 2 of 3) MGM Television Entertainment March 6
2.01 The Serpent's Lair (Part 3 of 3) MGM Television Entertainment June 26
2.02 In the Line of Duty MGM Television Entertainment July 3
2.03 Prisoners MGM Television Entertainment July 10
2.04 The Gamekeeper MGM Television Entertainment July 17
2.05 Need MGM Television Entertainment July 24
2.06 Thor's Chariot MGM Television Entertainment July 31
2.07 Message in a Bottle MGM Television Entertainment August 7
2.08 Family MGM Television Entertainment August 14
2.09 Secrets MGM Television Entertainment August 21
2.10 Bane MGM Television Entertainment September 25
2.11 The Tok'ra, Part 1 MGM Television Entertainment October 2
2.12 The Tok'ra, Part 2 MGM Television Entertainment October 9
2.13 Spirits MGM Television Entertainment October 23
2.14 Touchstone MGM Television Entertainment October 30
2.15 A Matter of Time MGM Television Entertainment December 9
2.16 The Fifth Race MGM Television Entertainment December 16

Printed MediaEdit

NovelsEdit

List of published novels in 1998.

Stargate
Issue Title Publishers Language Release Date
N/A Stargate: Reconnaissance ROC English May 1

Audio MediaEdit

AudiobooksEdit

A list of Stargate audiobooks released in 1998.

Stargate
Issue Title Publishers Language Release Date
N/A Stargate: Reconnaissance (audiobook) Nova/Brilliance Audio English June

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