While Disney's plan to hide the Millennium Falcon behind shipping containers during "Star Wars" filming worked on Earth's surface, the bird's eye view from Google Maps offered a clear shot of the ship.
Additional filming was done at nearby Longcross Studios about 15 miles away, where fans noticed that the Millennium Falcon could be seen on Google Earth, surrounded by shipping containers.
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.
With the help of Google Earth images, eagle-eyed sleuths have found where the Millenium Falcon is parked.
But, even then, its distinctive shape was not hard to spot.
Longcross Studios sits along the M3 Highway in Surrey, England, and so does the iconic Millenium Falcon.
Disney and "Star Wars" are notoriously tight-lipped during production and regarding just about anything else before a movie is released, so that makes this find a little special for fans.
The Last Jedi, directed by Rian Johnson, picks up exactly where JJ Abrams' The Force Awakens Left off: with Rey handing Luke the lightsaber he lost battling his father above Bespin in The Empire Strikes Back.
It's not long now until fans can discover its fate.