Kids from all around the world can call to track Santa in the Christmas Eve

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Officially and “technically explained”, NORAD employs radar, satellites and  “SantaCams” from space and even fighter jets to follow the Rudolph’s red nose. They offer fresh information to all the kids of the world. The NORAD’s team has a more difficult mission when they need to explain sometimes, for very curious kids, how Santa distributes all the gifts in the same night all around the world. They simply say that “is a little bit of magic” and they are convinced that children understand.
Last year, the NORAD Tracking Center had over 114,000 phone calls. Similar services – to track the last known locations of the Santa – are offered by e-mail at noradtrakssanta@outlook.com. Google has gotten too into the holiday spirit with itsspecial Santa maps.

 

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