Kevin Beaumont shared his Google Earth findings on Twitter, which showed the Falcon hiding with the help of seven shipping containers at Longcross Studios 25 miles west of London.
The Millenium Falcon kept under wraps in a field in Surrey, England (courtesy of Google Earth).
It was spotted on Google Earth by Star War fans who are eagerly anticipating the launch of the latest episode in this long running franchise. No doubt. The location of the Millennium Falcon is adjacent to Longcross Film Studios, where parts of Star Wars: The Last Jedi were shot, and is about thirty minutes from Pinewood Studios, the general Star Wars filming hub.
It is unknown whether the vehicle is being "parked" on the edge of the studios for use in the next film or whether the spaceship will even survive the plot of the upcoming movie.
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Click the square "Satellite" box on the left. It is located to the right of the M3.
With only a few trailers and merchandise to go on, fans have been taking cues from their favorite detectives to try and search for clues regarding the The Last Jedi.
Disney and "Star Wars" are notoriously tight-lipped during production and regarding just about anything else before a movie is released, so that makes this find a little special for fans.