Today, Santa Claus is busy again on his yearly mission to deliver his gifts to children all over the world. Thankfully, with the advent of modern technology, we are able to track his whereabouts as he visits different places around the world.
The NORAD (acronym for North American Aerospace Defense Command) and search giant Google are in full tracking mode as Santa has left the North Pole.
NORAD Santa has been on NORAD’S radar and the missile tracking system of the U.S. military is using its sophisticated tracking capabilities to find the location of Santa Claus and his reindeer as he takes flight on Christmas Eve. NORAD has been doing this tradition for 60 years and today nearly 1,200 volunteers are providing updates on Santa’s location.
If you want to follow Santa’s trip today, you can go to NORAD Santa website or Google Santa Tracker. You can also use Google Maps and google.com to keep up with his progress. Street View on Google maps allows you to look at the cities he is visiting as he makes his trip to deliver toys.
Street View on Google maps allows you to look at the cities he is visiting as he makes his trip to deliver toys.
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