Craving a flight in an X-Wing in a galaxy far, far away…? Disney has released in a book, out on June 23, 2020 called Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge: Traverler’s Guide to Batuu, an official map of the Star Wars galaxy showing the exact place of all the planets in the saga known so far in this galaxy.
A map focusing especially on Batuu, a new planet set at the Galaxy’s Edge and created for the two new immersive lands in Disneyland parks in Florida and California, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. But a map that is incomplete… And for good reasons, as some fans said on Reddit, Exegol – Seth planet unveiled in the latest movie of the saga directed by J.J. Abrams, Star Wars: the Rise of Skywalker is missing.
A lack that our peers at Première explain with the fact “Galaxy’s Edge – the extension created at the Walt Disney World Resort and at the Disneyland Resort, devoted to the Star Wars universe, sets its timeline between the Last Jedi and the Rise of Skywalker”. Another reason why it is missing on the map: it is not shown on any of them, as we learn in the 9th episode of the saga.
In other words, the occasion to know where each planet of the Star Wars’ galaxy is, and to get a better vision of the space travels, and distances traveled by our heroes in each movie of the saga.