Track Santa with NORAD
Track Santa with NORAD
Friday, 24 December 2010

You can follow Santa on his Christmas Eve journey in Google Maps or Google Earth. There are YouTube videos and Panoramio photos from each location that Santa visits, as you  track his route to watch him fly around the world.




Children all over the world will be waiting for Santa to visit them and deliver presents tonight. For over half a century NORAD (North American Aerospace Defence Command) has had a tradition of tracking Santa's journey from the North Pole and now you too can see Santa's progress  using Google Maps Earth. Track Santa using Google Earth on the NORAD Tracks Santa  Site.


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There are also videos, photos and fun activities for children on the site.




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