The Millennium Falcon 'hidden' by Disney spotted on Google Maps

The Millennium Falcon 'hidden' by Disney spotted on Google Maps

The Millennium Falcon 'hidden' by Disney spotted on Google Maps

"My big Star Wars fan colleague walks his dog in this area and he nearly pissed himself when he found out that we were walking next to the Millennium Falcon every day".

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.

Most people playing the Barrow Hills Golf Club in Surrey, England, probably didn't realize they were a stones throw away from a huge, iconic Star Wars prop.

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.

The Millennium Falcon was recently on Google Earth parked near a golf course in Surrey, in the South of England, the Daily Mail reports.

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Longcross has been the subject of avid fan speculation throughout The Last Jedi's production, so the Falcon's presence at the studio hasn't exactly been a secret.

But much like the Empire, it looks as though Google Earth has sent its droids out to obtain the Millennium Falcon's last known location.

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

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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