Star Wars continues to be a fun and fascinating science fiction series. With nine films, various TV spins off, books, audio and merchandising, the franchise seems to be never-ending. The first film flew onto the screens of Britain in 1977. Much of its studio work was made in the UK, and this tradition has carried on with the newer films.
One of its most enduring and popular characters is Han Solo. Han is a lovable rogue, a pirate, and a smuggler who likes to ferry cargo in his ship, the Millenium Falcon. The Falcon may look like “a bucket of bolts, but it’s the fastest hunk of junk in the Galaxy”, as its original owner Lando Calrissian would say.
Effectively it’s a very fast white van, and all that Han is, is a delivery man who likes to carry a few suspect things from time to time. His Boss, Jabba the Hutt, despairs, but if Jabba had just invested in some Vehicle Tracking And Fleet Management Solutions from www.mphvehiclesolutions.co.uk/fleet-management, he could have saved a lot of time and stress worrying about what Han was up to. He’d have been able to pinpoint where Han should be and not have to waste resources on people like Boba Fett dashing around trying to locate the wayward Han.
Han, and his associate Chewbacca, get themselves caught up in Galactic events when they agree to take an old man and farm boy to the planet Alderaan. When they get there, the planet is just a lot of rubble. However, there is the matter of a small moon suddenly appearing from nowhere.