How to follow Santa on NORAD and Google Earth

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How can I track Santa with NORAD?

The NORAD program has given children a way to track Santa in their sleigh since 1955.

Today, it offers users precise location GPS position of Santa – through an interesting interactive tool on his site.

But tradition was started by accident, when a local ad invited the child to call Santa accidentally typing the wrong number.

The number they called took them to the NORAD commander’s hotline.

Colonel Harry Shoup, later affectionately called Santa Colonel, answered the first call.

He asked his staff to check if there were any signs of Christmas Father’s movement on the radar.

A spokesman explained: “There are indeed signs of Santa Claus, and the children are called up to have updated Santa’s position.

Colonel Shoup’s staff are instructed to continue to provide information about Santa’s movements in future calls.

NORAD monitors are also available through the Apple, Android and Windows phone application store.

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How can I track Santa Claus with Google?

Google also ran his follow-up program, which was founded in 2005.

Santa‘s search engine village opens on December 1 – offers fun games and festivals.

It is set in the form of an advent calendar, with a new game or experience being revealed daily until Christmas.

You can check Google’s tracker on this site or download the Android and Android TV apps – but it’s not available in the iOS app store.

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How long is until Santa begins his journey?

Santa‘s sleigh departs on the morning of December 24 – when it takes place at the end of Christmas Eve in some countries.

Until then, both sites offer countdown Santa Claus.

There are also a variety of carnival games, movies, interactive lessons and music to keep kids and adults entertained as well.

While your children can keep track of Santa’s progress throughout Christmas Eve – just make sure they are hidden in bed before going down the chimney.

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