NORTH POLE (KTRK) --It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at NORAD headquarters!
North American Aerospace Defense Command -- better known as NORAD -- has officially relaunched its beloved Santa tracker for 2016 on NORADSanta.org.
Every Christmas Eve, the agency, which is a joint effort of the governments of the United States and Canada, uses its cutting-edge tracking technology to track the movement of Santa's sleigh as he delivers presents the world over.
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Until then, however, Santa and his elves are busy laboring away at the North Pole to prepare for their trans-global journey. On the website, you can explore Santa's workshop, listen to Christmas carols and play holiday-themed games.
For decades, NORAD Tracks Santa was a phone service, where interested parties could call in for real-time updates on Santa's location as he traversed the globe. With the advent of the web, NORAD moved the service to a website with an interactive map in the late 1990s.