Millennium Falcon Spotted on Google Maps

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And rather than shifting the Millennium Falcon to a galaxy far, far away, bosses at Longcross Studios simply surrounded the movie prop with shipping containers and plastic sheeting.

The Millennium Falcon model was recently used on "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" (and "Solo: A Star Wars Story") during filming at Longcross Studios but it seems it has since been moved off-site, to an unceremonious location just meters from Barrow Hills Golf Club.

Filming for "The Last Jedi" took place at Longcross Studios, so this Google Earth screenshot is likely during filming for the movie due out December 15. But now "Star Wars" fans have spotted the Falcon on Google Maps.

With the help of Google Earth images, eagle-eyed sleuths have found where the Millenium Falcon is parked.

The Millennium Falcon is even labelled by Google.

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The Last Jedi is due out this Christmas.

An attempt to disguise the ship has been made by surrounding it with what appears to be shipping containers and covering the ship in tarpaulin. 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.

Rian Johnson both wrote and directed the movie.

It's likely it won't stay for long, but Star Wars fans are having fun on Twitter while it lasts.

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