Star Wars’ Millennium Falcon is parked on Google Earth

Perhaps Chewbacca stopped by for a spherical of golf.

Sharp-eyed Star Wars followers utilizing Google Earth have noticed the legendary Millennium Falcon from the film saga parked close to Barrow Hills Golf Membership in Surrey, England.

Twitter person Andi Durant helpfully particulars how you will discover it by yourself. You may begin by looking for Longcross Studios, the film-production facility the place “Final Jedi” is filming. (After all, as Slashgear factors out, you possibly can simply go to Google Maps and seek for “Millennium Falcon Longcross.”)

The Falcon is hidden from ground-level spies by multicolored transport containers, however its distinctive form is obvious from above.

Fan jokes flew sooner than the Falcon might make the Kessel Run.

And if that is not sufficient Falcon for you at present, Stu Whitten, a motion-capture specialist who’s labored on such movies as “Pacific Rim: Rebellion” and “Marvel Lady,” identified that a picture of the Falcon earlier than it was accomplished may be seen in a Google Earth picture taken at Pinewood Studios.

“The Final Jedi” opens Dec. 15.

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