Nasya was a planet with a small population of humanlike settlers. The settlement was destroyed by the Goa'uld, though several of its inhabitants were rescued by SG-1 and SG-6 and relocated to a new world.
- Names and Designations: Nasya
- Number of Suns: At least one
- Number of Moons: Unknown
- Source of Address: Abydos Cartouche
- Introduced in Episode: 2.02 "In The Line Of Duty"
- Earth Cultural/Technological Equivalent: Primitive rural/agrarian settlement
- Main Interest: Potential Research Outpost
- Influenced/Dominated by: Nasyans
- History of Stargate: Unknown
Geopolitical Structure and History
Nasya, at least the area near the Stargate, was in a temperate climate. A settlement existed near the Stargate and by fresh water.
A Tok'ra operative, Jolinar of Malksur, came to Nasya trying to evade the Goa'uld who were hunting her. It is unknown what happened to her previous host, but Jolinar infested one of the native inhabitants named Quinta. Hoping not to be suspected to be in a male host, Jolinar stayed on Nasya for a number of months, continuing in her host's every day activities. Although the Quinta's wife, Talia, noticed the implantation scar, she did not suspect anything was different.
The Goa'uld eventually tracked Jolinar to Nasya. An ashrak, a Goa'uld assassin, hunted her. The Goa'uld planned a full out frontal attack on the colony with a ha'tak, sending out death gliders to fire on the Nasyan settlement.
In the meantime, the SGC had made contact with the peaceful Nasyan people. Encouraged by the lack of Goa'uld presence on the planet in over three centuries, the SGC negotiated with the peaceful inhabitants. The Nasyans were eager to set up an alliance with Earth and aid the SGC in setting up a research outpost on Nasya. It was while these negotiations were taking place that the Goa'uld unexpectedly attacked.
Among those rescued was the ashrak, his body heavily burned. Jolinar's host was killed by a blast from a death glider, but Jolinar took advantage of Samantha Carter's resuscitation efforts and switched hosts, taking over Samantha Carter on Nasya. She was among the last to leave the planet before the Jaffa gave chase.
It is unknown if anyone ever returned to the planet after the attack on the Goa'uld.
--Aurora 13:45, 2 May 2006 (PDT)