Millennium Falcon

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==Expanded Universe==
 
==Expanded Universe==
The ''Millennium Falcon'' was first seen on episode IV, as an old [[Obi-Wan Kenobi|Obi-Wan]] and [[Luke Skywalker|Luke]] walk into the hangar, followed shortly by a [[Stormtrooper]] squad. Going by timeline, you can see the ''Falcon'' in episode 3: there is a scene that shows the [[Galactic Senate|Senate]] building dotted by spacecraft, and you can see the ''Falcon'' landing. It is the ''Falcon'', just under a different name at that time.  The name she had then was ''Stellar Envoy''.  At that point she was a stock light freighter and hadn't been extensively modified, yet.  Her purpose there was to receive instructions and a device from a group of ''Jedi''. This is all explored in the new book -- ''Millennium Falcon'' -- in which the ''Falcon's'' past is traced. StarWars.com had an article on it for a while, confirming the rumors.
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The ''Millennium Falcon'' first appears in episode IV as an old [[Obi-Wan Kenobi|Obi-Wan]] and [[Luke Skywalker|Luke]] walk into its hangar, followed shortly by a [[Stormtrooper]] squad. Going by timeline, you can see the ''Falcon'' in episode 3: there is a scene that shows the [[Galactic Senate|Senate]] building dotted by spacecraft, and you can see the ''Falcon'' landing. It is the ''Falcon'', just under a different name at that time.  The name she had then was ''Stellar Envoy''.  At that point she was a stock light freighter and hadn't been extensively modified, yet.  Her purpose there was to receive instructions and a device from a group of ''Jedi''. This is all explored in the new book -- ''Millennium Falcon'' -- in which the ''Falcon's'' past is traced. StarWars.com had an article on it for a while, confirming the rumors.
  
 
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