Millennium Falcon spotted in England by fans using Google Earth

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In a galaxy not very far away: Millennium Falcon is spotted on Google Earth parked next to a golf course in Surrey

At least it was the last time Google's satellite cameras snapped photos of the location.

Eagle-eyed fans have spotted the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars: The Last Jedi sitting out in the open on Google Maps.

A keen-eyed fan spotted Han Solo's famous spacecraft on Google Earth right beside Barrow Hills Golf Club, which the Resistance would no doubt be shocked to discover.

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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. Some things, however, are a little too big to hide, and a certain hunk of junk found itself thrust into the spotlight this week when Google Earth gave it away.

The Millennium Falcon has played a huge role in Star Wars history, first being owned by Lando Calrissian who lost it in a bet to Han Solo and his trusted Wookie sidekick Chewbacca.

At the end of the last film, it was gifted to Rey, and the new trailer shows her in charge of it with reliable Chewie still by her side.

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"The Last Jedi" will be released on December 15 in the U.S.

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.

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