NORAD set to track Santa's flight

Here's The Best Way To Track Santa On Christmas Eve

NORAD to track Santa for 62nd year

There's also Christmas music, fun facts about NORAD and their mission, Santa's route, and even some tidbits on Santa's reindeer and sleigh.

For 63 years the North American Aerospace Defense Command has had "eyes in the sky" so they can follow every stop on Saint Nick's magical journey.

NORAD's Santa cams will start showing Santa's travel route just after midnight on December 24.

And that's why the Santa tracker is available to keep tabs on the jolly guy.

NORAD's "Santa Cams" will stream videos on the website as Santa makes his way to various locations.

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He then works his way west in the Northern and Southern hemispheres.

"I love that children and families anywhere in the world can see exactly where I am on Christmas Eve". Tracking opportunities are also offered through social media on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

Arndt was joined by three-time track and field Olympian Kara Winger, 2016 para-cycling team member Billy Lister and pole vaulter Logan Cunningham and others to talk up the Santa Tracker, a tradition that kicks off on Christmas Eve.

NORAD has been tracking Santa Claus since 1955, when a phone number misprinted in an advertisement sent kids expecting to speak to Santa were connected to the crew commander at NORAD's predecessor agency.

A chopper flew in over Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital Wednesday, and inside was the big man himself: Santa Claus.

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