Reckon the Millennium Falcon is off on all manner of amazing space adventures? Nope, it’s sitting somewhere in a field in Hampsh- uh, Surrey (alright).

Obviously it’s there for the filming of Star Wars stuff, and attempts have been made to conceal its giant presence – like piles of shipping containers and tarpaulins draped over the top. But they didn’t count on the all-pervading snoopiness of both Google Earth and Star Wars fans!

Anyway, here it is…

Millennium Falcon

Here’s a direct link to it in Google Maps, for which you’ll need to be running Google Chrome, because proprietary and such: Show me the Millennium Falcon!

In other news regarding the ship that allegedly made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, its recently released 7541-block LEGO counterpart – the largest LEGO set ever – has been causing chaos whenever stock has actually become available. Despite selling for a whopping A$1299, it’s sold out at LEGO itself, and as we recently witnessed while at Melbourne’s Chaddy shopping centre, it’s causing mad queues at official LEGO stores when news of stock arriving has got out.

LEGO Millennium Falcon

Now, we love LEGO more than the average person, but dropping four figures for one set? Tell ’em they’re dreamin’!

Anyway, Australians who are hanging for the next Star Wars movie instalment will be able to strap themselves into cinemas for The Last Jedi from December 14.

Get all of your Star Wars requirements – except perhaps for that mad LEGO set – at JB Hi-Fi.