Millennium Falcon is hiding in plain sight on Google Earth

Angelica Greene
November 12, 2017

I think this is amusing - walking past the actual, literal Millennium Falcon every day with your stupid dog (even the dog didn't know, the dolt!) and being blissfully unaware that those there shipping containers harboured your favourite nerd centrefold. But it turns out, even the Force is no match for the power of Google Maps, because we just learned something big about the Millennium Falcon.

It has spent decades travelling to galaxies far, far away, but the Millennium Falcon has been spotted somewhere a little more down to earth - next to the M3 in Surrey.

Han Solo's spacecraft has been snapped on Google's satellite, near Longcross studios in Surrey, ahead of the next instalment.

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The Last Jedi is due out this Christmas.

The Millennium Falcon may have made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, but apparently its stealth mode leaves something to be desired. Hamill is set to return as the iconic Luke Skywalker character, John Boyega as Finn, the late Carrie Fisher as General Leia Organa, Adam Driver as Kylo Ren and Ridley as Rey.

It's likely it won't stay for long, but Star Wars fans are having fun on Twitter while it lasts. "Episode VIII" is written and directed by Rian Johnson, and is the second film in the new sequel trilogy in following "The Force Awakens".

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