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Santa Tracker

How to Track Santa With Google Earth

Want to watch Santa's flight around the world tonight? Google Earth and Norad (AKA the North American Aerospace Defense Command) are your official Santa trackers, so you don't have to rely on your dad just pointing at some blinking light in the sky (that you're pretty sure is a helicopter, anyway).

All you need is to download Google Earth if you haven't already, and then go to Norad's Santa page.

If you're not sitting at a computer tonight, you can also use Norad to track Santa on your cell phone!

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I am trying to entice my husband with the kml file, but he says Santa flies too fast for this to be true and therefore thinks it is silly.
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