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.
The Millennium Falcon is the fastest ship in the galaxy, but while it's previously managed the Kessel Run in under twelve parsecs, Han Solo's iconic starship is now parked up in a field in Surrey.More news: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Are Injustice 2 DLC
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.
Sharp-eyed Star Wars fans using Google Earth have spotted the legendary Millennium Falcon from the movie saga parked near Barrow Hills Golf Club in Surrey, England.More news: Defenders book Morocco's place at World Cup
An attempt to disguise the ship has been made by surrounding it with what appears to be shipping containers and covering the ship in tarpaulin.
The ship was being used in the filming of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi at Longcross Studios and had been moved and hidden inside freight containers, covered in sheets. However, thanks to the birds-eye-view of Google Earth, it's clear that it's the shape of Han Solo's ship now in the hands of Chewbacca and Rey following the events of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.More news: UFC's Conor McGregor shoves referee, slaps official at Bellator 187
The Last Jedi opens in cinemas on December 15, and we've already booked our tickets.