Santa's on his way! Follow his journey around the world
Santa's on his way! Follow his journey around the world

Santa's on his way! Follow his journey around the world

It’s Christmas Eve, and children across the country are waiting for Santa Claus to make his way down the chimney and deliver presents.

But where is Santa now, and when will he arrive in the United States – or more importantly, in their state? High-tech trackers by the North American Aerospace Defense Command and Google are monitoring the big guy and his reindeer and offering minute-by-minute updates on his location as he flies around the world.

It’s official - Santa is now on his way!

After what has been a very difficult year for Santa and his team of elves in the North Pole , the man in red is once again on his journey around the world to deliver presents and festive cheer to all those in dire need of it.

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Santa's on his way! Follow his journey around the world

Fully prepared to embrace his seasonal diet of mince pies and the odd tipple of non-alcoholic sherry (don’t drink and drive!), Santa has kindly embraced all coronavirus rules in place globally and will be wearing his mask and washing his hands regularly as he delivers presents to every corner of the globe.

With the help of The North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD), who have been tracking Santa since the 1950s, we’ll be following his movements as he makes the annual trip to the homes of good boys and girls around the world.

Google Santa Tracker

On Christmas Eve, Google is releasing "a tracking experience where you can follow Santa and his reindeer as they deliver presents to kids around the world," according to its website.

You can also use Google Assistant to keep up with Santa's location on Dec. 24.

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Google has tracked Santa’s worldwide journey on Christmas Eve since 2004. They've calculated Santa’s first stop is just after 10 p.m. local time in “far eastern Russia" and his total journey lasts 25 hours.

Children and adults around the world will soon be setting out Christmas stockings and sacks in the hope that they will be filled with presents come tomorrow morning.

While children wait excitedly at home for Santa to arrive, Father Christmas and his reindeer have an estimated 510,000,000 km to travel in order to visit every home on his list – a number which would mean he would have to drop in on 390,000 homes per minute.

With a sleigh travelling at that speed, it would be impossible to spot it moving across the sky, but luckily there are other ways to keep an eye on Santa’s progress this Christmas.

Santa's on his way!

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