NORAD Santa Tracker 2012: How To Track Santa on Christmas Eve
How Can I Track Santa Claus During Christmas Even 2012? Here Is How To See NORAD's 2012 Santa Tracker
As we move in to 2013, the NORAD Santa Tracker 2012 is once again activated and is back to track Santa across the world on Christmas Eve and kids and adults alike can have fun finding out just where Santa is in the world dropping off presents to all the good boys and girls.
The NORAD Santa website has a 2012 countdown clock until Santa's flight begins in multiple languages, and according to the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) they start to track Santa and his reindeer including Rudolph as soon as they take off from the North Pole.
Rudolph's nose also helps to track Santa as it gives off a bright infrared signature, that the satellites can pick up easily.
The Santa Cams are high-speed digital cameras positioned around the world and they capture images of Santa and his reindeer as they travel.
NORAD has been tracking Santa for more than 50 years so don't forget to use the NORAD Santa Tracker 2012 this Christmas Eve.