Hans Solo's wheels had been used in the filming of the Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, and appear to have been stored off site right by the golf course.
The shipping containers do well to keep out prying eyes on the ground, but apparently the studio bosses didn't take satellite images into account when they were hiding the hunk of junk that famously made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.
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Real Madrid midfielder Modric echoed his manager and wants his side to stay on the front foot in the second leg. Croatia finished second in Group I of the qualifiers with 20 points just behind Iceland in first with 22 points.
What, we ask you, could be more gloriously geeky than scouring Google Earth for a shot of the Millennium Falcon?
The spaceship is close to Longcross Studios in the southern county.
In the last Star Wars instalment, it was left in Rey's control, with her and Chewbacca flying it to an unknown planet on their search for Luke Skywalker.
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Willeford then took cover behind a pickup truck and returned fire at the shooter until Kelley fled in his pickup truck. Willeford came to a vigil Monday night in honor of the victims. "He was just the first one there", Kepper said.
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. It is, however, still visible in an undated Google Maps photo.
The latest movie, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, is due out in cinemas on December 15.
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But Travis argued that Urban Outfitters is already successfully leading the way with changing rooms open to all genders. Topshop later contacted the customer and reiterated their policy that all changing rooms were available for everyone.