Planets By Episode

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Here is a quick reference to the planets that were featured in each episode. In some cases the planet did not figure greatly in the episode, and much of it may have taken place on Earth, or in a ship. But if a planet was mentioned, it is listed here. When Earth locations were featured in the episode, they are mentioned as well. The SGC is mentioned whenever any significant action occurred there.

Stargate The Movie

  • Abydos — where Ra was defeated and where Daniel Jackson remained

Season One

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1.01 "Children of the Gods"

1.02 "Children of the Gods Part 2"

1.03 "The Enemy Within"

1.04 "Emancipation"

  • Simarka — home of the Shavadai
  • P3X-595 — planet previously visited by SG-1 that was mentioned in passing

1.05 "The Broca Divide"

1.06 "The First Commandment"

  • P3X-513 — planet with broken sun shield and cave dwellers; ruled by Jonas Hanson

1.07 "Cold Lazarus"

1.08 "The Nox"

1.09 "Brief Candle"

1.10 "Thor's Hammer"

1.11 "The Torment Of Tantalus"

1.12 "Bloodlines"

1.13 "Fire And Water"

1.14 "Hathor"

1.15 "Singularity"

1.16 "Cor-ai"

1.17 "Enigma"

1.18 "Solitudes"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P4A-771 — planet SG-1 gates to and immediately comes under enemy fire.
  • Places on Earth: Antarctica, where O'Neill and Carter end up after going through second Stargate
  • P5C-11 — planet between P4A-771 and Earth which has no atmosphere.
  • P5C-12 — planet between P4A-771 and Earth which has no atmosphere.

1.19 "Tin Man"

1.20 "There But For The Grace Of God"

  • P3R-233 — site of the quantum mirror that takes Daniel to an alternate universe
  • SGA, an alternate universe Stargate program

1.21 "Politics"
(Note: Planets referenced are only those mentioned within the original material, not clips of other episodes)

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P4A-771 — planet SG-1 visited where they encountered heavy hostile fire; O'Neill suggests Kinsey visit the planet to see how dangerous it truly is out there.
  • Chulak — Apophis's stronghold and referenced in reports read during the meeting with Kinsey
  • Argos (P3X-8596) — site of a genetic experiment by the Goa'uld Pelops which had been stopped by Jack O'Neill. SG-2 had just returned from a follow-up mission there shortly before the Kinsey hearing
  • P3R-233 — planet where Daniel went missing after he explored an alternate reality via the quantum mirror. He was explaining what happened to him before, during, and after the meeting with Kinsey.

1.22 "Within The Serpent's Grasp Part 1"

Season Two

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2.01 "The Serpent's Lair Part 2"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Aboard Klorel's and Apophis' Goa'uld Motherships
  • Alpha Site (P3X-984) — where Stargate Command was sending the best and brightest to form a colony of survivors in case the Goa'uld attack succeeded and where Daniel Jackson gated to escaping from Klorel's ship.

2.02 "In The Line Of Duty"

2.03 "Prisoners"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P3X-775 — planet on which SG-1 was accused by the Taldor ("justice") for aiding a murderer and sentenced to life in prison on the planet Hadante
  • Hadante — prison planet where SG-1 was imprisoned after helping an escaped murderer
  • Cimmeria (P3X-974) — Asgard controlled planet; rejected as escape location by Daniel for unknown reasons.
  • Chulak — Teal'c's homeworld; rejected as escape location by Daniel for unknown reasons.
  • P3A-707 — possible escape route for SG-1 when they use the Stargate to escape Hadante. Was not ultimately used.
  • P2A-509 — planet where SG-3 had a scheduled standard recon mission; SG-1 traveled to this planet when escaping Hadante and rendezvoused with SG-3.

2.04 "The Game Keeper"

  • P7J-989 — idyllic world holding a virtual reality gaming facility.

2.05 "Need"

2.06 "Thor's Chariot"

  • Cimmeria (P3X-974) — Asgard protected planet, under attack by Heru'ur after the destruction of the Thor's Hammer protection
  • P5C-629 — potential location for the "Seeker Project" to alert Earth of impending Goa'uld attacks.
  • P4A-571 — planet close to P5C-629

2.07 "Message In A Bottle"

2.08 "Family"

2.09 "Secrets"

2.10 "Bane"

2.11 "The Tok'ra Part 1"

2.12 "The Tok'ra Part 2"

  • P34-353J — secret Tok'ra base
  • The Shoranka Quadrant — from where Tok'ra scout sends word of an impending Goa'uld attack on the Tok'ra base.
  • Unknown planet where the Tok'ra evacuate to after the Goa'uld attack; because of spies among their ranks, Garshaw, Martouf, and Selmak immediately leave the SGC to relocate once again.

2.13 "Spirits"

2.14 "Touchstone"

2.15 "A Matter Of Time"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P3W-451 — planet near a black hole
  • P3X-808 — planet where Daniel Jackson and SG-6 are conducting an archeological dig
  • Pentagon — where Hammond flies to in order to get information and/or orders regarding the black hole situation at the SGC.
  • P2A-870 — planet the wormhole jumped to after the bomb created a power surge on the SGC Stargate.

2.16 "The Fifth Race"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Place of Our Legacy (P3R-272) — location of Ancients' repository of knowledge that gets downloaded into O'Neill
  • P9Q-281 — binary system planet with defective Stargate where Sam Carter, Teal'c and Maj. Castleman are trapped while futilely trying to find the Ancients
  • Othala — Asgard homeworld in the Ida galaxy, here O'Neill seeks help to remove the Ancients' download

2.17 "Serpent's Song"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • PB5-926 — desert world on which Apophis crashes and begs for help from SG-1
  • Unnamed planet from where the Tok'ra leave to reach the SGC via Stargate and warn them of Sokar.

2.18 "Holiday"

2.19 "One False Step"

2.20 "Show And Tell"

2.21 "1969"

2.22 "Out Of Mind Part 1"

Season Three

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3.01 "Into The Fire Part 2"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Planet whose last three numbers are "254" from where SG-3 encountered Tok'ra and learned SG-1's fate
  • Hathor's Planet — where Hathor held SG-1 in a replica of the SGC
  • Chulak — home base of Apophis's Jaffa and home to Teal'c and Bra'tac

3.02 "Seth"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unnamed Tok'ra base where Jacob Carter/Selmak left to arrive at the SGC
  • Places on Earth: Washington State, hideout of Goa'uld Seth and his cult; San Diego, California region, where Samantha and Jacob Carter visit Mark Carter

3.03 "Fair Game"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Beliskner in Earth orbit
  • Unnamed planet from where the Goa'uld delegation originated
  • Passage of Nilor — region of space where the Asgard will allow Goa'uld passage in exchange for including Earth in the Protected Planets Treaty

3.04 "Legacy"

3.05 "Learning Curve"

3.06 "Point Of View"

3.07 "Deadman Switch"

  • PJ6-877 — forest world where SG-1 are trapped by devilish bounty hunter Aris Boch

3.08 "Demons"

  • Unnamed Planet where Dark Age English Christians were terrorized by Sokar's Unas

3.09 "Rules Of Engagement"

3.10 "Forever In A Day"

3.11 "Past And Present"

3.12 "Jolinar's Memories Part 1"

3.13 "The Devil You Know Part 2"

  • Netu — moon of Delmak and Sokar's prison world
  • Delmak — headquarters of Sokar
  • Vorash — Tok'ra stronghold

3.14 "Foothold"

3.15 "Pretense"

  • Tollana — new homeworld of the Tollan

3.16 "Urgo"

3.17 "A Hundred Days"

3.18 "Shades Of Grey"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Tollana — home of the Tollan
  • Edora (P5C-768) — home of Laira and the Edorans. O'Neill travels there for "retirement" before redialing to the NID base.
  • PX3-595 — Asgard protected planet, home of the Tirnoks and location of portable Asgard cloak technology
  • unnamed planet where the rogue NID was based
  • unnamed planet where SG-1 conduct a standard recon mission
  • Places on Earth: O'Neill's house; Plane flying over unknown area

3.19 "New Ground"

3.20 "Maternal Instinct"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Chulak — Jaffa world; Apophis attacked the planet to weed out Rebel Jaffa
  • Kheb — legendary temple of the powerful Oma Desala, Mother Nature herself, who is caring for Sha're's son

3.21 "Crystal Skull"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P7X-377 — giant pyramid, home to a Crystal Skull through which SG-1 are transported along with Daniel's grandfather Nick Ballard to meet the giant alien Quetlzelcoatl
  • Places on Earth: Oregon mental health institution where Nick Ballard committed himself

3.22 "Nemesis Part 1"

Season Four

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4.01 "Small Victories Part 2"

4.02 "The Other Side"

4.03 "Upgrades"

4.04 "Crossroads"

4.05 "Divide And Conquer"

4.06 "Window Of Opportunity"

4.07 "Watergate"

4.08 "The First Ones"

4.09 "Scorched Earth"

4.10 "Beneath The Surface"

4.11 "Point Of No Return"

4.12 "Tangent"

4.13 "Serpent's Venom"

  • Chulak — home base of Apophis and his Jaffa

4.14 "The Curse"

4.15 "Chain Reaction"

4.16 "2010"

4.17 "Absolute Power"

4.18 "The Light"

4.19 "Prodigy"

4.20 "Entity"

4.21 "Double Jeopardy"

4.22 "Exodus Part 1"

  • Aboard Earth's Goa'uld mothership, captured from Cronus
  • Vorash — Tok'ra stronghold
  • P3W-451 — planet engulfed by black hole.
  • Unknown area, in a galaxy far distant from Earth

Season Five

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5.01 "Enemies Part 2"

  • Aboard Earth's Goa'uld mothership, captured from Cronus
  • Delmak — formerly Sokar's headquarters, now Apophis's homeworld
  • Aboard cargo ship from Apophis's ha'tak
  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base

5.02 "Threshold"

5.03 "Ascension"

5.04 "The Fifth Man"

5.05 "Red Sky"

  • K'tau — Asgard protected planet whose sun is nearly destroyed by SGC actions

5.06 "Rite Of Passage"

5.07 "Beast Of Burden"

  • P3X-888 — Unas homeworld
  • Unnamed planet, home of Burrock and the enslaved Unas

5.08 "The Tomb"

  • P2X-338 — deserted planet, previously home to System Lord Marduk

5.09 "Between Two Fires"

  • Tollana — homeworld of the Tollan

5.10 "2001"

5.11 "Desperate Measures"

5.12 "Wormhole X-Treme"

5.13 "Proving Ground"

5.14 "48 Hours"

5.15 "Summit Part 1"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Ravanna — planet with underground Tok'ra base
  • Unnamed planet that is Lord Yu's headquarters
  • Aboard Zipacna's ha'tak
  • Aboard various cargo ships
  • Hassara System — space station where System Lords meet
  • Mubastas — mentioned as Bastet's headquarters
  • Velong — location of Yu's secret base before attacked by Morrigan

5.16 "Last Stand Part 2"

  • Ravanna — planet with underground Tok'ra base
  • Hassara System — space station where System Lords meet

5.17 "Failsafe"

5.18 "The Warrior"

  • Cal Mah — Base of rebel Jaffa led by a charismatic warrior
  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unidentified planet where Nirrti is mining weapons grade naquadah
  • Unnamed planet that is Yu's headquarters

5.19 "Menace"

5.20 "The Sentinel"

5.21 "Meridian"

5.22 "Revelations"

Season Six

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6.01 "Redemption Part 1"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P2X-374 — planet with primitive population visited by SG-1
  • Unnamed planet that was the temporary rebel Jaffa base where Drey'auc dies and is buried

6.02 "Redemption Part 2"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unnamed planet — temporary Jaffa rebel base
  • Unnamed planet where Anubis was using an Ancient Stargate destroying weapon

6.03 "Descent"

  • Aboard Anubis' mothership, in Earth orbit and under ocean

6.04 "Frozen"

6.05 "Nightwalkers"

6.06 "Abyss"

6.07 "Shadow Play"

6.08 "The Other Guys"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P5X-112 — planet where SG-1 is babysitting physicists doing an excavation
  • P4X-233 — planet previously explored by SGC team where they found a ring platform
  • Amon Shek — headquarters of Lord Khonsu
  • Lord Khonsu's ha'tak, controlled by his first prime

6.09 "Allegiance"

6.10 "Cure"

  • Pangar — where Goa'uld Queen is used to create Tretonin

6.11 "Prometheus"

6.12 "Unnatural Selection"

  • Hala — Asgard homeworld overrun by Replicators

6.13 "Sight Unseen"

6.14 "Smoke And Mirrors"

6.15 "Paradise Lost"

6.16 "Metamorphosis"

6.17 "Disclosure"

6.18 "Forsaken"

  • P2X-005 — planet with crash-landed vessel and stranded passengers
  • P4X-131 — planet from where Jonas claimed the various gold items cluttering his office originated

6.19 "Changeling"

6.20 "Memento"

  • P7X-009 — planned maiden voyage destination for Prometheus
  • Tagrea (P3X-744) — where Prometheus is forced to land
  • Aboard Prometheus

6.21 "Prophecy"

6.22 "Full Circle"

Season Seven

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7.01 "Fallen Part 1"

7.02 "Homecoming Part 2"

7.03 "Fragile Balance"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Places on Earth: O'Neill's house in Colorado Springs; other abductees homes, including possibly: New York, NY; Iowa City, IA; Salome, AZ; Sandy, OR; Florence, AL; Clancy, MT; Wayland, MI; and San Francisco, CA
  • Aboard Asgard Loki's ship, in Earth orbit

7.04 "Orpheus"

7.05 "Revisions"

7.06 "Lifeboat"

7.07 "Enemy Mine"

7.08 "Space Race"

7.09 "Avenger 2.0"

7.10 "Birthright"

7.11 "Evolution Part 1"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Places on Earth: Honduras, jungle site of the fabled 'Fountain of Youth'; Nicaraugua, rebel base camp
  • Unnamed planet where Ramius and Tilgath were ambushed during a meeting
  • Unnamed planet controlled by Goa'uld Ramius

7.12 "Evolution Part 2"

7.13 "Grace"

7.14 "Fallout"

7.15 "Chimera"

7.16 "Death Knell"

7.17 "Heroes Part 1"

7.18 "Heroes Part 2"

7.19 "Resurrection"

  • Places on Earth: Los Angeles, CA where the NID are experimenting with human/Goa'uld hybrids

7.20 "Inauguration"

7.21 "Lost City Part 1"

7.22 "Lost City Part 2"

Season Eight

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8.01 "New Order Part 1"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Aboard a modified Goa'uld cargo ship
  • Aboard the Asgard ship Daniel Jackson
  • Orilla — new homeworld of the Asgard, threatened by Replicators

8.02 "New Order Part 2"

8.03 "Lockdown"

8.04 "Zero Hour"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Amra — planet with squabbling delegates. SG-5 escorted them to the base for negotiations
  • P8F-809 — planet SG-2 has just returned from
  • P6J-908 — planet from which incredible growing plant was taken
  • P2X-887 — where SG-1 goes to look for technology left by Anubis

8.05 "Icon"

  • Tegalus, home of Rand Protectorate and Caledonian Federation, where a world war is sparked by SG-1's arrival

8.06 "Avatar"

8.07 "Affinity"

8.08 "Covenant"

8.09 "Sacrifices"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Haktyl—where Ishta's people flee from, seeking refuge at the SGC
  • Unnamed planet, identified as a safe haven for Ishta's people but taken by Moloc's forces

8.10 "Endgame"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P4S-161 — where Teal'c meets with rebel Jaffa leaders and later returns to find them killed by the Trust's symbiote poison
  • Alpha Site (P4X-650) — where Teal'c goes when he cannot open the gate to Earth
  • P3S-114 — where Teal'c and M'zel go in search of the Tok'ra operative Zarin
  • P5R-357 — planet abandoned by Ba'al
  • Aboard the Goa'uld ship formerly used by Osiris and since confiscated by The Trust

8.11 "Gemini"

8.12 "Prometheus Unbound"

  • Aboard Prometheus
  • Unnamed planet where Daniel met alien traders

8.13 "It's Good To Be King"

  • Harry Maybourne's Planet — where Maybourne became the ruler; former planet of Goa'uld Ares; place where Ancient time machine is discovered

8.14 "Full Alert"

8.15 "Citizen Joe"

8.16 "Reckoning Part 1"

  • Hassara System — space station where System Lords meet
  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Tartarus where Anubis has established a base
  • Dakara — where a sacred temple is situated deep within Ba'al's territory; former Ancients' world with powerful weapon of mass destruction
  • Aboard Replicator Carter's ship; aboard Thor's ship

8.16 "Reckoning Part 2"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Tartarus where Anubis has established a base
  • Dakara — where a sacred temple is situated deep within Ba'al's territory; former Ancients' world with powerful weapon of mass destruction
  • Aboard Replicator Carter's ship

8.18 "Threads"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Dakara — where a sacred temple is situated deep within Ba'al's territory; former Ancients' world with powerful weapon of mass destruction
  • Tartarus — where Anubis has a base manned by Kull Warriors
  • Places on Earth: Jack's house; Sam and Pete's new house; Jack's cabin in Minnesota
  • A diner in Daniel's partially-ascended mind configured by Oma Desala from his memories from childhood

8.19 "Moebius Part 1"

8.20 "Moebius Part 2"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Places on Earth: Various locations within Alternate Timeline from present; Ancient Egypt of 2995 B.C.; Jack's cabin in Minnesota.
  • Chulak — within Alternate Timeline; under the control of Apophis
  • Aboard Ancient Time Machine

Season Nine

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9.01 "Avalon Part 1"

9.02 "Avalon Part 2"

9.03 "Origin Part 3"

9.04 "The Ties That Bind"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Places on Earth: Washington, D.C.
  • Arlos' Planet — home of Arlos's laboratory
  • Adora — planet where Arlos and Vala spent romantic evenings (may be Arlos's planet)
  • Inago's Planet — where Inago sells his wares
  • Grannus's shrine — planet where Caius is pretending to be a monk
  • Unnamed planet — where team meet with Tenat and Jup
  • Aboard Caius's cargo ship
  • Unnamed planet where Caius meets the team

9.05 "The Powers That Be"

9.06 "Beachhead"

9.07 "Ex Deus Machina"

9.08 "Babylon"

9.09 "Prototype"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • P3X-584 — Anubis's protected laboratory planet, where Khalek was found
  • Unnamed planet where Carter and SG-5 were sent by Anubis's gate protection

9.10 "The Fourth Horseman Part 1"

9.11 "The Fourth Horseman Part 2"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Dakara — seat of Free Jaffa government
  • Chulak — homeworld of several Free Jaffa; site of memorial to Battle of Tazek'sur
  • P9G-844 — planet of the Sodan Warriors
  • Ha'taks controlled by Gerak and Teal'c, respectively

9.12 "Collateral Damage"

  • Galar — where Mitchell was framed for murder while the planet's government sought an alliance with Earth, offering their modified Goa'uld memory device technology in exchange
  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Places on Earth: Flashback sequences of desert warfare site, Air Force base; unnamed hospital; unknown park location

9.13 "Ripple Effect"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • PX7-455 — planet where Black BDU alternate SG-1 originated and was eventually gated back to.
  • Other unknown planet designations where other alternate SG teams originated
  • Aboard Prometheus
  • Area of space where Kallana once was, now a black hole.

9.14 "Stronghold"

9.15 "Ethon"

9.16 "Off The Grid"

  • P6G-452 — planet controlled by Lucian Alliance where kassa crops are grown
  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Area 51— Nerus's prison cell.
  • Aboard Odyssey
  • Aboard ha'taks controlled by the Lucian Alliance and Ba'al, respectively.
  • Orbit of unnamed planet in Ba'al's territory

9.17 "The Scourge"

9.18 "Arthur's Mantle"

9.19 "Crusade Part 1"

9.20 "Camelot Part 2"

  • Camelot (PX1-767) — where Merlin kept his library and clues to his ascended beings neutralizer, i.e. the Sangreal
  • P3Y-229 — planet destroyed by the Ori's creation of their supergate; surrounding space is location of first space battle between Ori ships and Asgard, Jaffa, Tau'ri, and Lucian alliance vessels
  • Aboard Odyssey, Aboard Head Lucian Alliance Ha'tak; Aboard a Free Jaffa Ha'tak, Aboard Korolev, Aboard an Ori vessel.
  • Also present: Other Ha'taks, Death Gliders, Kvasir's Asgard O'Neill class vessel, Al'kesh, and other Ori vessels.

Season Ten

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10.01 "Flesh And Blood Part 3"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Region where P3Y-229 was — location of Ori Supergate
  • Chulak — homeworld for several Jaffa (including Teal'c); first stop for Ori battle fleet
  • Aboard Odyssey, Korolev, Ori warship, various ha'taks, and an F-302

10.02 "Morpheus"

10.03 "The Pegasus Project

  • Atlantis — location of Earth outpost in Pegasus galaxy
  • region where P3Y-229 was — location of Ori Supergate
  • P3W-451 — planet that got absorbed into a black hole
  • Vagonbrei — planet with archives referencing Merlin and Morgan Le Fay
  • Praclarush Taonas — referenced in Atlantis database; one of the earliest Ancient cities, later destroyed (by fire)
  • Castiana / Taoth Vaclarush — planet identified by Ganol Lal upon prompting
  • Sahal / Valos Cor — planet identified upon prompting by Ganos Lal
  • Gamma Site — location from where SG-11 contacted Teal'c
  • Aboard Odyssey and an al'kesh

10.04 "Insiders"

10.05 "Uninvited"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Places on Earth: O'Neill's cabin (note: location listed as Silver Creek, Colorado in this episode, though all previous references to the cabin refer to its locale as Minnesota); England, where Daniel Jackson was conducting research on location of Sangreal
  • P9J-333 — planet where SG-3 conducted covert surveillance on natives until monster appeared
  • P2R-866 — planet where SG-12 conducted covert surveillance on Ori converted planet until monster appeared

10.06 "200"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unnamed location where cloaked mothership was located (in flashback)
  • P2C-106 — planet Mitchell believes he is going to on recon for his 200th trip through the Stargate
  • Places on Earth: unknown location that is the site of Wormhole X-Treme" set

10.07 "Counterstrike"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unnamed planet where the planet was converted to Origin and where Dakara sent a blast from their Ancient weapon
  • Dakara — Free Jaffa headquarters and location of Ancient weapon
  • Hebridan — homeworld of advanced race of aliens, including Warrick
  • Langara — homeworld of Jonas Quinn

10.08 "Memento Mori"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Places on Earth: Italian restaurant in Colorado Springs; Warehouses, police station, corporate headquarters for Charlotte Mayfield's company, motel, and Sol's Deli all in unspecified region.

10.09 "Company Of Thieves"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Dakara — referenced as former headquarters of the Free Jaffa Nation, destroyed by the Ori
  • Unnamed planet — formerly where ships were built by the Goa'uld; the human population now allies with the Lucian Alliance
  • Aboard Odyssey, Lucian Alliance ha'taks, and a broken down cargo ship

10.10 "The Quest Part 1"

10.11 "The Quest Part 2"

  • Unnamed planet — where SG-1 searched for Sangreal
  • Three unnamed worlds — location of Merlin's lab in a cave which shifted/gated from location to location, transporting all inhabitants. One world was desert like, one was in a blizzard, and the last one before the shifting program was stopped was in a jungle.

10.12 "Line In The Sand"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unknown offworld location — where initial test of Arthur's Mantle was conducted by SG-1
  • P9C-882 — planet wishing to resist the Ori where a large scale test of the cloaking technology of Arthur's Mantle was tested by SG-1 and SG-3.
  • Aboard Ori warship in orbit above P9C-882

10.13 "The Road Not Taken"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Stargate Command in an alternate reality
  • Area 51 in an alternate reality
  • Places on Earth various locations in alternate reality, including Washington D.C. and an unnamed city.
  • Aboard Prometheus in orbit over alternate Earth.

10.14 "The Shroud"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unnamed planet visited by SG-1 and a "soft-selling" Prior of the Ori
  • Unnamed planet where the Ori warship containing Merlin's weapon orbits
  • Region where P3Y-229 was — location of Ori Supergate
  • Aboard Odyssey
  • Aboard Ori warships

10.15 "Bounty"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unnamed Jaffa planet
  • Aboard Lucian Alliance cargo convoy and ha'taks near Rolan
  • Aboard various cargo ships
  • Places on Earth, Auburn, Kansas; a scientific conference and research library in unspecified locations

10.16 "Bad Guys"

10.17 "Talion"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Dar Eshkalon — site of a peaceful Jaffa summit; struck by terrorist attack
  • P8T-365 — a mostly Jaffa planet under Ori control with an underground Jaffa resistence movement that provides SG-3 with intelligence
  • Co'rak — site where Teal'c as Apophis's First Prime won a major victory against Arkad
  • Unnamed planets where Teal'c found Lizan and Ba'kal
  • Amon Shek — site of Ark'ad's headquarters
  • Aboard Odyssey

10.18 "Family Ties"

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Unnamed planet where Jacek rendezvouses with SG-1
  • Unnamed planet where Arkad's naquadah filled ships were kept
  • Unnamed planet where Jacek meets naquadah buyer
  • The Nylus sector, where Jacek ran scams during Vala's formative years
  • Meronat — a world with twin suns where Jacek took Vala when she was a child
  • Serras-Dia — in the past, Jacek and Vala had to avoid the authorities here after Jacek went back for "seconds"
  • Aboard Odyssey
  • Places on Earth the Colorado Springs area, including Jacek's apartment, a park six miles west of the city, the Bistro 5 restaurant, and a wooded location thirty miles away from Cheyenne Mountain

10.19 "Dominion

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Two unnamed planets where Vala believed the Clava Thessara Infinitas could be found
  • Unnamed planet where Adria found Vala
  • P3R-112 — where Ba'al clones are scheduled to meet
  • Aboard Odyssey and Ba'al's ha'tak

10.20 "Unending

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Orilla — Asgard homeworld
  • P3X-474 — planet with Stargate visited by Odyssey as an escape route for crew
  • Unknown planet where SG-1 heads on another mission.
  • Aboard Odyssey

Stargate Movies

Stargate: The Ark of Truth

  • Unnamed planet in Ori galaxy where SG-1 searches for Ori resistence members
  • Celestis — Ori headquarters and location of Ortus Mallum
  • P6X-437 — where SG-3 is on recon and encounter a Prior
  • P3K-546 — planet where SG-1 goes on initial recon mission
  • Aboard Odyssey

Stargate: Continuum

  • Stargate Command (SGC) Base
  • Tok'ra homeworld on unnamed planet
  • Praxyon — planet where Ba'al kept his time machine
  • Places on Earth various locations in alternate timeline, including Washington D.C., Arctic Ocean, Alaska, Kansas, and Russia.
  • Aboard Ba'al's flagship ha'tak, other ha'taks, al'kesh, F-16s, and a US Navy submarine in alternate timeline and aboard the Earth cargo boat Achilles in variations of timeline.

--Seasons 1-8Michelle 23:33, 17 Aug 2004 (PDT)
--Seasons Nine, Ten, and Sequel movies Aurora 21:08, 16 August 2008 (PDT)