P5X-112 was where SG-1 babysat an SGC scientific expedition before being captured by Jaffa.
- Names and Designations: P5X-112
- Number of Suns: at least one
- Number of Moons: unknown
- Source of Address: likely Abydos Cartouche
- Introduced in Episode: 6.08 "The Other Guys"
- Earth Cultural/Technological Equivalent: Goa'uld ruins
- Main Interest: scientific study
- Influenced/Dominated by: abandoned
- History of Stargate: Unknown
Geopolitical and Structural History
The planet was desert-like, at least in the region surrounding the Stargate. According to research, the planet was abandoned by the Goa'uld centuries ago.
The SGC sent a scientific team to study the ruins made up of Dr. Simon Coombs, Dr. Meyers and led by Dr. Jay Felger. The team was guarded by SG-1, who were fairly bored with the assignment. Unbeknownst to the scientists, SG-1 was on standby for another covert mission, to allow themselves to be captured by Jaffa and taken to Khonsu, a Tok'ra undercover as a lieutenant of Anubis. The SGC notified SG-1 this alternate mission was now a go, but there was no time to send the scientists home first. O'Neill ordered them to stay at the site of the ruins while he and Teal'c rejoined the others at the Stargate.
Worried at the lack of radio contact and after seeing an al'kesh fly by, the scientists headed to the Stargate to see what happened, and witnessed SG-1 being led away as prisoners. Felger and Coombs used the rings at the ruins to sneak aboard the Goa'uld ship while Meyers returned home to report what happened.
--Aurora 17:48, 2 December 2006 (PST)