Millennium Falcon is hiding in plain sight on Google Earth

Millennium Falcon is hiding in plain sight on Google Earth

Millennium Falcon is hiding in plain sight on Google Earth

According to the Daily Mail, Google Earth users recently spotted the Millennium Falcon parked near Longcross Studios, just across from Barrow Hills. The Falcon was first piloted by Han Solo - portrayed by Harrison Ford - in the first edition of the original Star Wars trilogy back in 1977.

Search Longcross Studios on Google Maps.

The UK has been a fixture of filming in the Star Wars saga with some part of every movie shot on these shores.

As The Last Jedi trailers have explicitly shown the Falcon landing in Luke's exile home as well as the famed ship heading into battle, we're hoping the decoy crates are mostly to keep out unwanted pilots like Lando and not an actual attempt to hide the ship's involvement with the eighth episode of the beloved franchise.

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The ship was last seen in The Force Awakens, under Rey's control, on its way to find Luke Skywalker.

Earlier this month, a trailer for the upcoming next instalment of the sci-fi franchise was unveiled.

Star Wars fans have always been a clever bunch, but they may have outdone themselves this time.

Kennedy had told The Star Wars Show: 'We're sitting down now, we're talking about the next 10 years of Star Wars stories and we're looking at narratively where that might go'.

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