According to Norrad, the departure took place at 10 p.m. Christmas, Swedish time, from the North Pole where Santa lives in his house. All gifts must be distributed no later than 1 p.m. on Saturday when Christmas Day changes to the second on schedule.
According to NORAD, the site’s journey begins at the IDL in the Pacific Ocean and continues westward through Oceania, Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America and ends in South America.
NORAD Air Traffic Control Mission is to detect missiles, missiles and other threats to the North American continent, but since 1955 they have also used their tools to tell children around the world where Santa Claus is during the Christmas holidays.
The tradition must have started with the Sears chain of stores in an advertisement claiming the plot’s phone number was ME2-6681 – but the number went to the Military Command’s hotline. Since then, employees and others have volunteered to take calls and emails from children around the world.
For now you can continue Real-time location track on the Internet via Location.
NORAD stands for North American Air Defense Command.
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