Discussion in 'Stargate' started by Brent, Oct 3, 2009.
I noticed it when I watched the beginning again last night.
I just thought that was one of the shuttles
Looking at those pics it looks like there is a gun turret on the ship
I also like the fact that it looks like they won't be beaming everywhere, instead using shuttles, so no last minute saves by beaming out
Beaming was always an Asgard thing, not an Ancient thing. (unless the Atlantis elevators somehow beamed around)
Is that the shuttle that the senator dies in? Maybe it is the only shuttle.
Edit: I was just rewatching that part and they said that there are two shuttles attached to docking sleaves.
The Ancients had beaming, heck, they invented beaming. The ring transporters are an Ancient invention, which the Goa'uld stole. Also, in the beginning of Season 9 we find those Ancient treasures under ground, and our team is beamed (with a yellow color effect, Ancient transporters) to another chamber. Also, the transporter rooms in Atlantis are an instant beaming technology, which shares a sound similar to the ring transporters. So yes, Ancients had beaming.
Well, I meant ring-less beaming. I forgot about "Camelot" stuff which I think you're talking about. I did mention the Atlantis transporters though.
Looking at the very clear pictures at the top of the page you can see both shuttles. One is in the center of the ship and the other is on the upper right. Dialogue from Robert Carlyle indicates that there are two shuttles. They both seem about the same size to me.
It's a broken down bucket of bolts that is ready to fly apart at the seams. My suggestion, first habitable, Earthlike planet they find, get off that ship ASAP!
Spoiler: Spoiler for Ep. 3
Did anyone else notice the shuttle leaving the ship in the final shot of episode 3?
Spoiler: response to Ep. 3 spoiler
I think it ties into the theorey that there are some others lurking on board the ship
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