Santa Claus Tracker: Locate Santa Now through NORAD Santa Tracker 2010. One of the best things to do this Christmas eve is to follow Santa and to wish that he comes in your place. Millions of people around the world is expecting that Santa Claus is on his way around the globe, which was already a tradition going back over 50 years for NORAD.
NORAD also known North American Aerospace Defense Command is considered a bi-national U.S Canadian Military organization which is responsible for the aerospace and maritime defense of the USA and Canada. This organization has employed all its hi tech equipment to follow Father Christmas as he and his reindeer travel the globe to give his Christmas gifts.
“There are a lot of people who follow this in different ways,” said by Lt. Desmond James, a public affairs offices of NORAD. Apparently, all the staff in the organization answer almost 100,000 phone calls and even receive more than 140,000 emails during Christmas eve from families around the world who want to track where is Santa Claus now.
Meanwhile, the NORAD coordinates with Santa’s Elf launch staff just to confirm his launch time. A NORAD staff also said that Santa’s route might be affected by weather conditions so its possible that the tracker rill be unpredictable. NORAD also claim that they employ high tech radar and satellites just to track the infrared signal given off by Rudolf’s nose.
What keep us excited now is the easy way to track Santa Claus This will help us all answer the question if Santa Claus is for real just an imagination. Nowadays everyone can easily track Santa Claus using the Google Earth with 3D Maps. Apparently, you can also track Santa using your iPhones and iPads.
As such, we are now recommending you to download the Santa Alarm Phone app and drop your iPhone or Ipod Touch into a stocking. This cool application will actually alarm once Santa comes in contact with the stocking. Some may say Santa is not for real.
And so between the NORAD Santa Tracker 2010 and this coolest application now, you might probable be able to catch Santa Clause for real this year.Get the latest updates from the City State Times straight to your e-mail inbox by subscribing to our feeds for free. Enter your e-mail address below and confirm your subscription by clicking the link that will be sent to your e-mail address.