NORAD Tracks Santa
Set to be a record-breaking year, Santa tracking has hit smartphones in 2011, with apps via NORAD to track Santa Claus on his journey from the North Pole. Google Earth Screenshot

Santa has just been spotted crossing the United States. If you are quick and lucky, you might get a glimpse of him flying away in a carriage drawn by reindeers, thanks to NORAD's new app integrated on Google Maps and Google Earth.

Merry Christmas! And don't forget to watch the NORAD's Live Streaming video at the end.

Watch This Exciting Video where you can locate Santa's flight across Mexico:

Santa has been breaking records on his marathon run across Reindeer Lake (Saskatchewan, Canada), Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada) at the moment.

He has been using dedicated flight services from NORAD, according to reports from Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado. Santa can now be tracked through Google Maps and Google Earth for information on his whereabouts and the time to reach the next destination.

A new mobile app called Elf Toss is also available at your fingertips to track Santa, which is actually a game similar to the popular mobile game Angry Birds. NORAD and the Continental Air Defense Command (CONAD) have been tracking Santa's every movement since 1955.

Opening at 2 a.m. EST on December 24, Google users with access to Google Earth plugin can watch 3D animations of Santa and his reindeer flying across landmarks like the Cathedral of Florence, the Taj Mahal, Big Ben and more.

Google Maps has released exclusive videos to keep you entertained and hooked up with Santa's whereabouts, while you enjoy your Christmas holiday season.

VIdeo Update

Santa has now crossed Boulder (Colorado, United States). Catch Santa on this latest recorded video:

Watch the Live Streaming Video through NORAD Santa Tracker below:

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