Santa signaled above Pacific ocean

World December 24, 2017 12:27

peterson afb - NORAD is normally responsible for the defense of North American airspace against missile attacks, but today and tomorrow this American air force unit has a- perhaps even more important- task in: following Santa.

The radars of NORAD spotted the half-brother of Sinterklaas over the Pacific Ocean. An obvious place, because there is the date limit and that is why it is the place where Christmas is celebrated first on earth. At the time of writing this article, Santa had just delivered his gifts in New Zealand and was on his way to McMurdo Station, the scientific research station at the South Pole, in his flying sleigh, led by reindeer Rudolph.

As time goes by, Santa moves his work to the West, arriving at around midnight in Western Europe. If you want to follow his work live, you can do so through the special Christmas site of NORAD.

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