COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Volunteers wearing Christmas caps and military garbs are accepting calls from kids the world over who need to know when Santa will come.
NORAD Tracks Santa, based at Colorado’s Peterson Air Force Base, says it utilizes infrared sensors from Rudolph’s nose to decide Santa’s area Monday and let guests know when they have to get the chance to bed.
Canadian space explorer David Saint-Jacques tweeted that he is helping track Santa from the International Space Station.
The military says the program isn’t influenced by the U.S. government shutdown since it is controlled by volunteers and supported by a recently endorsed barrier spending plan.
The occasion custom, presently in its 63rd year, started after a tyke erroneously called a Colorado direction that checked for indications of an atomic assault, requesting to address Santa.