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Disney also announced the "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Park," which is an immersive "Star Wars" experience where people can interact with "Star Wars" characters in "Star Wars"-themed environments.

SALT LAKE CITY — New raw footage from a helicopter flight school has given us a brief glimpse into Disneyland’s “Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge” theme park.

What happened: Rogue Aviation, a California-based helicopter flight school and aerial film company, shot footage of the upcoming theme park, showing sections of rock-based locations and another urban, skyscraper area.

The Millennium Falcon also makes a brief appearance at the theme park, buried among towers and rock.

Watch the video footage below:

Photos: Head over to Walt Disney World News Today to catch a glimpse of the helicopter’s photos of the park.

About the park: Disney says the “Galaxy's Edge” park is “one of the most detailed and immersive lands ever created in Disney Parks history.”

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  • The park will be based on a “Star Wars” planet called Batuu, which is a home for smugglers and adventures.
  • It will have two sections — one based around the First Order and another centered around the Resistance. Both groups are warring factions in the modern “Star Wars” trilogy.

Flashback: Back in March, Disney shared its own flyover video of the park’s construction.

Open: The park will open in summer 2019 at Disneyland and fall 2019 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.