It has spent decades travelling to galaxies far, far away, but the Millennium Falcon has been spotted somewhere a little more down to earth - next to the M3 in Surrey, England. But film bosses moved it off site and hid it with plastic sheets and freight containers.
With the help of Google Earth images, eagle-eyed sleuths have found where the Millenium Falcon is parked.
Fans are theorising that the crew have attempted to disguise the Falcon with containers and stuff, but is that going to stop The Internet from having Star Wars Theories?!
Longcross has been the subject of avid fan speculation throughout The Last Jedi's production, so the Falcon's presence at the studio hasn't exactly been a secret.
It's not long now until fans can discover its fate.
The Millennium Falcon was previously spotted in photographs at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire during filming for Episode VII: The Force Awakens while stages at a number of other studios including Ealing and Shepperton have been used for sets in the other films.
In the trailer for the film can be seen as Luke Skywalker enters the cockpit in the same spaceship.
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"The Last Jedi" hits U.S. theaters on December 15.