Places on Earth
- 1 Summary
- 2 Antarctica
- 3 Canada
- 4 Egypt
- 5 England
- 6 France
- 7 Honduras
- 8 Laos
- 9 Mexico
- 10 Russia
- 11 Nicaragua
- 12 United States
- 13 Vietnam
As home planet to Stargate Command and most of its personnel, several locations on the "Tau'ri" or first world have appeared on Stargate: SG-1. Although several places were in unspecified locations, if a place was named, it is listed below.
- McMurdo — permanent international research station located on the icy continent at Earth's southern pole (1.18 "Solitudes", 6.04 "Frozen").
- Antarctic Research Station — site of SGC research facility after the discovery of the Antarctic Stargate and where they discovered and treated Ayiana (6.04 "Frozen").
- Antarctic Outpost — outpost of the Ancients, buried under a mile of ice and snow until recovered by SG-1 during Anubis's attack on the planet (7.22 "Lost City Part 2" and subsequent episodes).
- Canada is the second largest country in the world, located in North America; it is the home country of Rodney McKay and is one of the nations that is part of the International Oversight Advisory (IOA).
- A country in Africa
- Giza — site where a Stargate was discovered by Catherine Langford's father in 1928. Later where the Nazis recovered a DHD, eventually confiscated by the Russians (Stargate: The Movie).
- Cairo— modern city in Egypt where Steven Rayner flew, followed by Daniel Jackson, Samantha Carter, and Janet Fraiser (4.14 "The Curse").
- where the 1931 Steward expedition uncovered the tomb of Isis and Osiris, and where Osiris fled to reach a hidden ship and escape the planet (4.14 "The Curse").
- England is country in Europe and is one of the nations part of the International Oversight Advisory (IOA).
- Avalon — caves under Glastonbury Tor where Merlin stored his research and riches until those who could solve his riddles would be rewarded (9.01 "Avalon Part 1").
- France is a country in Europe and is one of the nations that is part of the International Oversight Advisory (IOA).
- Country in Central America. Location of temple once ruled by Telchak and where Daniel Jackson and Bill Lee recovered the Telchak Device (7.11 "Evolution Part 1").
- Country in Asia that neighbors Vietnam; Hank Landry crashed near here and evaded Vietcong during the Vietnam War (10.05 "Uninvited).
- Country in North America; location where the Goa'uld Hathor was discovered in a sarcophagus in a Mayan temple (1.14 "Hathor").
- Country that transects Europe and Asia continents. Former rival and suspicious ally of the United States, Russia recovered the Giza Stargate from the ocean and started their own program in a silo in an unnamed location. They later agreed to cease their program and eventually leased the Stargate to the USA (4.07 "Watergate" and subsequent episodes).
- Moscow — capital of Russia, and where various negotiations between the SGC and their Russian counterparts have taken place (5.14 "48 Hours", 8.14 "Full Alert"). Daniel Jackson once dreamed he had destroyed the city when given a dream by Shifu the harsesis (4.17 "Absolute Power").
- Country in Central America where rebels brought kidnapped Daniel Jackson and Bill Lee after they recovered the Telchak Device and from where they were rescued by Jack O'Neill and Burke (7.11 "Evolution Part 1", 7.12 "Evolution Part 2").
A country in North America and home to Stargate Command, as well as home nation for many of its personnel, including SG-1. Below are locations separated by state.
- Los Angeles — where the rogue NID had a safehouse in which they conducted experiments on symbiote clones, resulting in Anna (7.19 "Resurrection").
- San Diego — city where Mark Carter (brother of Samantha Carter) and his family reside (1.07 "Cold Lazarus" and subsequent).
- Air Force Academy — military college for the United States Air Force; Samantha Carter, Cameron Mitchell, Bryce Ferguson, and possibly Jack O'Neill are all graduates of this institution. New SGC recruits are culled from the best and brightest among the potential officers ([[4.19 "Prodigy", 5.13 "Proving Ground").
- Air Force Academy Hospital — hospital affiliated with Air Force Academy, it is also the closest medical location with clearance to treat both physical and mental ailments, for both base personnel and aliens that cannot be treated at Cheyenne Mountain. Both Janet Fraiser and Dr. MacKenzie of Stargate Command had offices at this hospital (2.02 "In The Line Of Duty", 3.04 "Legacy", and 9.14 "Stronghold") among others).
- Colorado Springs — city in Colorado and closest civilization to Cheyenne Mountain/Stargate Command. Many of the base personnel, including SG-1 live here. Also location of O'Malley's Bar and Grill and Il Fiore Bianco Ristorante Italiano among other spots.
- Cheyenne Mountain AKA Area 52 — military base that is/was the home of NORAD and the super-secret program of Stargate Command (SGC) Base.
- Denver — city in Colorado; former home and work locale of police detective Pete Shanahan (7.15 "Chimera").
- Peterson Air Force Base — United States Air Force Base in close proximity to Cheyenne Mountain and Colorado Springs.
- Silver Creek — town near where O'Neill's cabin was said to be located when SG-1 and Hank Landry went there for downtime 10.05 "Uninvited" (see also, Minnesota).
- Chicago — birthplace of Jack O'Neill (5.04 "The Fifth Man"); location of university where Daniel Jackson worked under Dr. David Jordan, and possibly received one or more of his doctorates (4.14 "The Curse").
- location of Jack O'Neill's cabin (see also Silver Creek, Colorado) (3.22 "Nemesis Part 1", 6.14 "Smoke And Mirrors" among others).
- Where the Alien Fugitives escape pod landed and where Martin Lloyd and the others tried to assimilate into Earth culture before Martin contacted SG-1 (4.11 "Point Of No Return").
- Area 51 — a restricted part of Nellis Air Force Base where research and development is done on alien technology found by Stargate Command.
- New York Metropolitan Museum of Art — presumably in New York City, location where a young Daniel Jackson witnessed his parents dying under an exhibit collapse they were setting up (2.04 "The Game Keeper").
- New York — where Catherine Langford lived in the late 1960s (2.21 "1969"); possible home of a person abducted by Loki (7.03 "Fragile Balance").
- Woodstock — small region where Michael and Jenny were headed to a concert in 1969 before being sidelined by a time traveling SG-1's quest.
- unspecified location in the state is the mental hospital where Nicholas Ballard committed himself after a nervous breakdown (3.21 "Crystal Skull").
- Steveston — small company town that was taken over by cloned Goa'uld symbiotes (6.05 "Nightwalkers").
- not to be confused with Washington, D. C., the state of Washington is in the Northwestern corner of the contiguous United States.
- Seattle — city in Washington.
- Abandoned hospital in area was where Adrian Conrad brought the captive Samantha Carter for experimentation ((5.11 "Desperate Measures");
- headquarters of Colson Industries (8.08 "Covenant").
- location of the Halcyon Tower, built with naquadah was rigged to explode by Ba'al when he made Earth his home (9.07 "Ex Deus Machina").
Washington, D.C region
- Washington, D.C. is the national capital of the United States
- Air Force Headquarters — a building apparently in downtown Washington where Samantha Carter and Jack O'Neill were to receive their Air Medals in a formal presentation by the President (2.09 "Secrets").
- Bethesda — located in neighboring state of Maryland, was location of private military contractors, including one of the Trust companies headed by Ba'al (9.07 "Ex Deus Machina").
- Pentagon — technically located in neighboring Virginia, the Pentagon is the headquarters for all the United States military, including the office of Homeworld Security and the civilian oversight NID.
- White House — home and office of the President of the United States
- Country in Asia; location of armed internal conflict that the United States was involved with in the late 1960s and 1970s (and where George Hammond and Hank Landry (in Bien Hoa) served) (5.22 "Revelations", 10.05 "Uninvited).
--Aurora 07:45, 20 September 2006 (PDT)