Do we have some good figures on hyperdrive speeds in Stargate? Not just how long it takes to travel somewhere, but the distance involved and possible speeds? I'm looking for Asgard figures, Daedalus with and without ZPM, and some others. Something that I had talked about with Chris O'Farrell a while back. Asgard hyperdrives on Asgard ships appear to be very fast. On the order of significantly faster than even a ZPM equipped Daedalus. I decided to do some basic math using some assumed figures. Andromeda Galaxy is approximately 2.5 million light years away. Lets assume that an O'Neill class ship by the Asgard can make the trip in one day, 24 hours. The estimated size of the observable universe is 93 billion light years in diameter. 93 billion is 93,000 million. 2.5 million in a single day. 93,000 / 2.5 = 37,200 days 37,200 / 365 ~ 102 years The Asgard can potentially cross the entire universe in just 102 years, assuming they can travel to Andromeda in just a day. Estimates I have heard about the Asgard put their potential speeds at far higher. I've heard estimates of being able to travel within minutes between Earth and another Galaxy. With a ZPM, we know the Daedalus can travel to Pegasus in 4 days. The Gate Bridge was said to be 3 million light years long. This is about right for the Pegasus Dwarf Irregular Galaxy. 3 million light years in 4 days is 750,000 light years per day. 93,000 / .75 = 124,000 days 124,000 / 365 ~ 340 years So the best humanity can do is cross the universe in 340 years using a ZPM equipped Daedalus. Thats still freaking fast. Earth could be exploring not just the milkyway, but they could easily be exploring the entire local group. And just think if the Stargate seeding ships seeded several of these local galaxies. Anyway, does anyone have some firm numbers on the Asgard? Or how about Stargate season 5 when SG1 and Apophis got sent way out of the Galaxy? What was the distance? We know the replicators got that ship home very fast.