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Star Wars: Millennium Falcon Seen On Google Earth

Star Wars: Millennium Falcon Seen On Google Earth

It’s more than correct to state that very few science fiction vehicles are as famous as the Millennium Falcon. The Star Wars spaceship steered by Han Solo, and recently by Rey in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has been loved by audiences since it initially showed up in A New Hope. Furthermore, now, fans can see it from a radical new point.

As it is, JediNewsUK found that a model of the Millennium Falcon can be seen on the back lot of Longcross Studios in Surrey, England, by means of Google Earth.



Fans immediately looked for the ship, discovering it on the north-eastern corner of Longcross’ lot. While disguised at street level by what has all the earmarks of being a series of containers, the Birdseye view is given by Google Earth plainly showcases the Millennium Falcon.

Furthermore, there is the justifiable reason behind the Falcon to be on the Longcross property. As it is, Star Wars: The Last Jedi shot scenes at Longcross Studios a year ago, and, as early set photographs uncovered, the ship would be showing up in the film.


Excited fans also spotted the Falcon and different secretive ships at Longcross by means of drone cameras. The studio has turned into a stepping ground for a few other huge films, including Guardians of the Galaxy, Skyfall, and Doctor Strange.

It’s not very clear since when the view of the Millennium Falcon has been accessible on Google Earth. Reports say that Google updates their Earth imagery twice every month. However, each update just covers a random part of the globe. There is additionally no hint whether the ship is still on the Longcross lot, as the main photography for The Last Jedi was finished in September of 2016.

In any case, it has been stated that Google Earth keeps the same imagery in a specific location for up to three years. Therefore, Star Wars fans will have the capacity to practically detect the Millennium Falcon in the wilderness for a little while more.

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