Google and the US Aerospace Command are preparing to follow the traditional Santa Claus, or Father Christmas, when there are 12 days left until he’starts’ his journey.
Santa Claus, or Santa Claus, is one of the more traditional Christmas characters in most of the world, including Ecuador. And his long-awaited journey, at least for the children who long for his gifts, starts in 12 days—that is, December 24.
If you’re one of Noel’s die-hard fans, there are two tools to follow the good character journey of the man in red with his white beard on the Internet.
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The official way Santa has been serving for decades is through the United States Aerospace Command’s agency program called Norad.
This program was born by accident in 1995, when a Sears department store ad included Santa’s number to receive calls from children.
But the number was wrong, and a boy mistakenly called the Continental Defense Center in Colorado Springs. Since then, the American military, captivated by the innocence of the little ones, has detailed Santa’s real-time journey from the North Pole in Canada and the USA
Currently, users can follow the flight of Santa and Rudolph the reindeer using the Norad mobile app for iOS and Android.
In 2023, Google joined Norad by presenting its Santa’s Tracker game, which includes a countdown to Noel’s trip.
In addition, it has about 12 games to share with the family, such as the Elf pranks from the North Pole, with anyone who can change clothes and accessories and then share their creations on social networks.
There is even a special function for users to create a GIF to decorate Santa’s land with snowmen and other elements.