The problem with something like that is that a question that can be answered that easily should be considered for closing as general reference. While some wikis can be tough to parse, if the answer to a question can be found easily with a quick Google, then it's a general reference.
In other words, first, I think the fault here lies more with the question than the answer.
Now as to the answer, in this case, it's a one sided answer, so it's not complete (no indication of references to ST in SW) but I can't blame the poster of the answer for just taking the easiest route to post an answer. But that doesn't make it the right thing to do. When you fall back on the intent of SE being to make the Internet better, a straight wiki dump without any explanation or commentary is certainly not, in my view, worth an upvote.
But I don't see how we can stop answers like that or declare them wrong -- unless we create a rule regarding the situation. I still think if it's that easy to find, the fault is more with the question than the answer.
So far I've addressed the situation in general, but I think there's another point to be made here, with the question in doubt. The asker posted the question and less than half an hour later posted his own answer. (And people call me a rep whore!) I think that proves the point: Once he started searching, he found it without much trouble. The problem was more in the question than the answer and I will be voting to close, in this case, on general reference because I feel one should not be answering a question one can so easily find the answer to on one's own.
And one last note: There are times when the answer is in a wiki, but that doesn't mean it's easy to find. For example, if you have a question about Anakin Skywalker, you can spend an hour or more reading through the Wookiepedia article on Anakin and trying to find an answer. In such a case, having a simple and quick answer here is certainly an improvement.