If you’re wondering where exactly Santa is this year – and when you should get those cookies and milk out – the people at the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) are here to help. Their website NORADSanta.org will help you find where Santa is on his flight path. The actual tracking starts on December 24 and runs through Christmas Day, but there’s plenty of games to play in the meantime and updates to keep up the holiday cheer. (More on Time.com: What We’re Looking Forward To In December)
Santa’s getting pretty modern as well. The program started as a website in 1998, but this year kids can follow Santa through Facebook, Twitter @noradsanta, YouTube, Flickr, and TroopTube. He’ll also be on the radars of Google Maps and Google Earth. Of course, if you’re still old fashioned and prefer the good old phone and email methods, people can email and call Santa trackers at 1-877-Hi-NORAD from within the US or (719) 556-5211 overseas or send him a letter at firstname.lastname@example.org. They’re open from 4:30 a.m. EST until 5:00am EST. No pen and paper options mentioned sadly.
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