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NORAD Tracks Santa 2015: He's coming to town, but when?


60 years ago today, a child from Colorado Springs, Colorado thought she dialed the number seen from a newspaper advertisement that would reveal the whereabouts of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.

However, the number was printed incorrectly in the paper, which led to the girl calling the Continental Air Defense Command (CONAD) Operations Center. When Colonel Harry Shoup received several calls that night, he had his operators report Saint Nick's whereabouts to any youngster who called that evening. 

The rest as they say, is history. Now, anybody can track Santa Claus' voyage across the earth with the NORAD Santa Tracker. Santa Tracks NORAD

Over the years, the Santa Tracker gained a loyal following through various forms of media. In 1997, the program became an internet sensation. It now includes mobile phone tracking, and much, much more!

Click here to use NORAD's Santa from the internet!

* You can even watch videos of Santa's day-long voyage on his Facebook page and YouTube!

* You can also send Santa a tweet at @NoradSanta or follow him by choosing several apps.

Starting on Christmas Eve at 2:00 am (EST), you can keep track of Santa's journey.

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