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Well folks, it's Christmas time again, and you can monitor Santa's every move with NORAD Santa Tracker.   

 Over the course of 24-hours, military volunteers at the command center at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado monitor radar screens and field calls from young kids asking for updates on Santa's location.


Google Earth map on the NORAD also tracks Santa. There’s even a Facebook page and the Twitter feed, as well as OnStar and smartphone devices. 

* For Google Earth Plug-in: First go to www.noradsanta.org, click on the link Track Santa in Google Earth. Santa will be seen moving his sleigh on the page. If you don't have Google Earth plug-in, it is easy to download.

* For Google Maps: Check out www.noradsanta.org and choose your language. From there you can find Santa's current location. Click the video icons to watch Santa Cam videos, and then click the gift icons to learn more about each city.


* If you want to track Santa on your phone? Open up Google Maps for mobile and search for [santa]. Or, just visit m.noradsanta.org on your phone’s browser.


* Santa Claus’ command center can be found on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/noradtrackssanta.


* You can also use Google’s Realtime Search for updates from social networks.


If your children want to send a tweet to Santa, use the Twitter name @noradsanta. You can also keep up with Santa's travels on his Facebook page.

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