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As such, Daniel remains a member of SG-1 to this day and is also a veteran member of the team, having served on SG-1 longer than any of its current members which include Teal'c, Colonel Cameron Mitchell and Vala Mal Doran.In addition to that, Daniel remains a huge asset to Stargate Command due to the fact that he is also the person responsible for deciphering and unlocking the Stargate for the United States Air Force.After Apophis went through Earth's Stargate, the United States government thought he came from Abydos.Colonel Jack O'Neill was able to convince Major General George S.D., is an archaeologist and linguist from Earth, and a member of SG-1, Stargate Command's flagship team.After his wife, Sha're was kidnapped by the Goa'uld, Apophis in 1997, Daniel reluctantly returned to Earth and later ended up joining the SGC's flagship team, SG-1 in the hope of saving her but wasn't able to do so as both she and her symbiote, Amaunet were killed by Daniel's teammate, Teal'c of Chulak in 1999.In spite of that tragedy, Daniel chose to stay on with SG-1 up until 2002 where he ascended after being left with a lethal case of radiation poisoning.Following his ascension, Jonas Quinn took Daniel's place with Daniel walking among the Ascended for over a year before he descended and eventually rejoined SG-1 in 2003.

They ringed the bomb on board and Ra could only watch in horror as the bomb exploded, destroying the ship and killing him.

Desperate, Jackson used the opportunity when Anubis ringed down to send the bomb to Earth to ring to Ra's ship and used his sarcophagus to resurrect Sha're while O'Neill fought Anubis and tried to disarm the bomb.

Ra found Jackson on the rings trying to return to the pyramid and started killing him with his Kara kesh.

He is also currently the foremost expert in Ancient language and history with Dr.

Meredith Rodney Mc Kay, Chief Science Officer of the Atlantis Expedition presumably a close second to Daniel.

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