Track Santa’s Progress This Christmas

Track Santa with NORAD and Google

Since 1955 NORAD, the military wing responsible for defending North America from maritime and aerospace attacks, has tracked Santa Claus as he travels the World delivering presents on Christmas Eve. In 2007, Google became a part of the annual tracking project, using Google Maps and Google Earth. Once Santa gets on the move which is around 2am EST on December 24, you can follow his every move in 2D or 3D from your computer, or phone with Google Maps or Earth. Simply just search “Santa” and it’s smooth sailing from there. If you so desire, NORAD has a Twitter account, which you can follow and I am guessing they will be periodically tweeting Santa’s whereabouts. Below is a video of the Santa tracking experience from Christmas 2009. Unless Santa has upgraded his Satellite Navigation, this year should be similar to last year. Enjoy tracking Santa!

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