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Google If you know anyone who thinks this isn't possible, simply direct them to The North American Aerospace Defense Control (NORAD) Santa Tracker, which has been tracking St. Nick's yearly trek for over 50 years, according to Gizmodo.

NORAD HAS BEGUN THEIR ANNUAL SANTA TRACKER and as in year's past, they have the dynamic display posted online showing Santa's progress from when he left the North Pole on his wonderful journey.

FREE NORAD Santa Tracker. This is something super fun for children you can follow Santa and his every move on Christmas Eve with the FREE NORAD Santa Tracker. You can also track Santa via your mobile phone!

Google If you know anyone who thinks this isn't possible, simply direct them to The North American Aerospace Defense Control (NORAD) Santa Tracker, which has been tracking St. Nick's yearly trek for over 50 years, according to Gizmodo.

Since the 9/11 attacks, NORAD also monitors airspace within North America, and helps keep watch on waterways. NORAD does not watch for meteors or comets — but it does keep track of Santa Claus. NORAD has operated its Santa tracker