With multiple movies, television shows and even video games, there is no shortage of "Stargate" franchise trivia. Ace this quiz to find out how well you can navigate the 'Stargate' universe.
"Stargate" was released in the U.S. on Oct. 28, 1994.
This is the tagline for the 1996 movie "Independence Day." The tagline for "Stargate" is "it will take you a million light-years from home."
The stargate device is discovered by archaeologists in 1928.
It transports people across space.
Emmerich also directed the 1996 science fiction movie "Independence Day."
The archaeologists are speaking Norwegian.
Devlin also served as a producer for the 1994 film.
The alien planet in the movie "Stargate" is located in the fictional Kaliam galaxy. Andromeda and Triangulum are real galaxies located within the local group cluster of galaxies with the Milky Way.
In the opening scene of the movie "Stargate," the stargate device is found in Giza, Egypt.
Arnold was working in a record store in England when he was hired by "Stargate" filmmakers.
The ancient Egyptian god Osiris is not featured in the movie "Stargate."
The Orion constellation is named after a hunter in Greek mythology and is clearly visible on the celestial equator from most parts of the world.
Kassar also produced many "Terminator" movies.
The alien planet in the movie "Stargate" has three moons.
Jack O'Neill sets the timer for seven minutes.
"Stargate SG-1" premiered on July 7, 1997.
This is true. The "Stargate" website was set up by the film's co-writer and producer Dean Devlin.
Abydos is not mentioned by name in the feature film but is named in the 1997 spinoff television series.
The series ran for five years on Showtime before switching networks.
Syfy carried the final five seasons of "Stargate SG-1." The final episode of the series originally aired on June 22, 2007.
Abydos is destroyed in the final episode of season six.
During the original run of the series, 213 episodes aired. The series ran for 10 consecutive seasons with no interruptions, making it one of the longest running science fiction television series in U.S. history.
"Stargate: The Ark of Truth" is the title of the first of two movies released as spinoffs of the television series "Stargate SG-1."
"Stargate: The Ark of Truth" was released direct to DVD on March 11, 2008.
"Stargate Atlantis" premiered on July 16, 2004.
"Stargate Atlantis" was on the air for five seasons and a total of 99 episodes before ending its run on Jan. 9, 2009.
"Stargate Continuum" was released direct to DVD on July 29, 2008.
Wood was also a co-producer for the series "Stargate SG-1" and a supervising producer for the series "Stargate Atlantis."
"SGU Stargate Universe" is the third live-action television series in the "Stargate" franchise. "Stargate Infinity" is the title of the 2002 animated series of the "Stargate" franchise.
The crew is traveling on the ancient spaceship Destiny.