NORAD Santa Claus tracker is following the Santa Claus journey this Christmas, and Google tools will again enable you to follow his trip in Google Maps, Google Earth, on YouTube, and with the NORAD Tracks Santa iGoogle Gadget.
NORAD Santa Tracker Live on Christmas
Santa will start from his home at the North Pole on 24 December at 3:00am PT, and as he is busy delivering gifts worldwide, you can track his whereabouts. NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) has been tracking Santa for over 50 years!
1. Use Google Maps for mobile, keep tabs on Santa from your mobile phones. If you have an iPhone, T-Mobile G1, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, or Nokia phone with Google Maps, just search for “norad santa” to see Santa’s location.
2. To track Santa in 3D, download Google Earth application and grab the NORAD Tracks Santa KML and watch Santa Claus fly across Earth.
3. Add the NORAD Tracks Santa iGoogle gadget to your iGoogle page anytime.
4. Twitter fans can receive updates from “Bitz the Elf” on Twitter by following @noradsanta (over 1700 followers now)
5. Track the Santa Cams – high-tech, high-speed digital cameras pre-positioned at many locations around the world only on Christmas Eve.
6. Visit www.NoradSanta.org starting at 6:00 am EST when Santa’s journey begins.
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