Military organization, traces the tradition back to 1955 after a Colorado Springs-based Sears Roebuck.
Norad's Santa map goes live at 2:00.m.
During the Christmas season, everyone is curious to know where is Santa and What is Santa doing.
The misspelled number in the ad made kids call norad instead of the local store, and the operators told the kids where Santa was located with the help of their radar.However, a typo in the ad directed children's calls to norad's predecessor, the Continental Air Defense Command, routed to either the chairman, secretary of defense or the president rather than Santa.As a kid, I knew that unless I was sleeping Santa wouldnt get to my house.Santa Claus is coming to your town, and once again, your kids will be able to track Father Christmass whereabouts as he makes his annual journey around the world.From there, he headed to New Zealand, Australia and Japan.The app called "norad Tracks Santa" is available on iOS and, android with a free download.By Tuesday morning, Santa was already on his sleigh delivering presents, making his first stop in Novoye Chaplino, Russia.
These days, you can use a Santa tracker online to find out where he is and when he will arrive in your city.
Since the, each year, volunteers and staff watch for Santas ride and let people know where.
The tracker is also available with live updates on iOS and Android devices.
The site of norad says that this tradition began by god of war game setup accident, as a newspaper misprinted.
Norad (the Aerospace Defense Command of North America) is the one that gives us information on the journey of Santa.Norad, a bi-national Canadian and.S.As technology advanced, norad added more satellites and radars to collect data and pinpoint Santas exact location as he made his way from chimney to chimney.Google also has its own Santa Tracker with an interactive map following his journey, games and a Santa village.24, norads Santa Tracker goes live and telephone lines open up so that volunteers can answer queries from children curious about Santas location.If you want to be part of the Christmas action, there are many ways to find Santa's location, thanks to North American Aerospace Defense Command (norad) and Google, which both have live stream trackers and games to play.