- "Cronus gave us his ship, and he got what was coming to him."
- —Jack O'Neill
Cronus used this Ha'tak as his mothership. In 2001, he traveled to Juna to lay claim to it after Heru'ur's death. When the robotic duplicates of SG-1 came through the Stargate, they were all captured except for the robotic O'Neill. With the help of the real SG-1, they were able to infiltrate Cronus's ship. Cronus was killed when he was shot with a Staff weapon by the robotic Teal'c leaving his ship for the taking. (SG1: "Double Jeopardy")
Shortly after the ship was captured, it was borrowed by the Tok'ra with the intent to transport themselves to a new base. However when Tanith escaped, he called in Apophis's fleet, unknowingly providing SG-1 and the Tok'ra an opportunity to wipe it out. They used the ship to hurtle Vorash's Stargate into Vorash's sun while it was connected to a black hole to cause a supernova. Soon after the Stargate was released, the ship came under attack from an Al'kesh, damaging several systems. Colonel Jack O'Neill and Teal'c eventually destroyed the Al'kesh in a Death Glider, but the explosion caused them to crash land. Tanith was able to capture Teal'c and transport to Apophis' mothership. Jacob Carter launched the rest of their Ha'tak's Gliders to draw Apophis away from the planet so they could rescue O'Neill. As soon as he was transported aboard, the sun went supernova and they and Apophis' mothership entered hyperspace. Both ships were hit by the tail end of the shockwave throwing them into a distant galaxy, 125 years away at maximum hyperdrive speed. (SG1: "Exodus")
Before Apophis could destroy their ship, he began to exchange fire with an unknown ship. Jacob took this opportunity to hide their ship in the corona of the nearby sun to make repairs. When they emerged, they found Apophis' mothership alone and abandoned. They boarded it in hopes to take control of it or at least to salvage the hyperdrive control crystals. With the crew dead, the self-destruct counting down, and the place swarming with Replicators, they evacuated back to their ship after grabbing the crystals. After the explosion, they detected a Tel'tak piloted by Teal'c. Unbeknownst to SG-1, Teal'c was brainwashed by Apophis to believe he was still First Prime. So once he was aboard, the rest of SG-1 was easily captured. (SG1: "Enemies")
Teal'c locked up SG-1 and had the cargo unloaded from the Tel'tak. A Replicator that was hidden in one of the cargo containers escaped and began infesting the ship. Apophis set course back to Delmak, but soon lost control of the ship. SG-1 was able to capture Teal'c and got him aboard the Tel'tak. The ship re-entered hyperspace, increasing speed up to 800 times faster than the previous maximum speed due to modifications by the Replicators. Upon exitting hyperspace, SG-1 destroyed the sublight engine control crystals so the ship would be unable to stop. SG-1 transported to the Tel'tak and fled, leaving the ship to crash into Delmak, finally killing Apophis. With his body obliterated in the explosion, Apophis was killed beyond resurrection and died for good. (SG1: "Enemies")