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Santa Cam and Related Videos for NORAD Tracks Santa

The NORAD Tracks Santa website Videos webpage is updated, generally each hour, to show a Santa Cam video of a CGI-rendered Santa flying over major cities in the different time zones where it is midnight. The videos feature a voiceover, that is typically done by NORAD staff, explaining Santa's location with facts about Santa and the country and city which Santa has just visited.[1]

Celebrity voiceovers have also been done over the years. For the London Santa Cam video, British celebrity and television presenter Jonathan Ross did the voiceover for 2005 thru 2007 and the former Beatle star Ringo Starr was an honorary Santa Tracker and voiceover for London in 2003 and 2004.[2][3] Paul Harvey was also an honorary Santa Tracker and did the voiceover for the St. Louis, Missouri Santa Cam in 2003. In 2002, Aaron Carter was an honorary Santa Tracker and provided voice updates about Santa's whereabouts as he helped NORAD track Santa's progress on Christmas Eve in 2002.[4] The Santa Cam locations announced by Aaron Carter for the 2002 NORAD Tracks Santa season were: 1) Auckland, New Zealand, 2) Athens,Greece, and 3) Colorado Springs.

The locations of some of the Santa Cam videos have changed over the years. In 2009, a record 28 Santa Cam videos were posted at the NORAD Tracks Santa website's Videos webpage. In other years, generally 24 to 25 Santa Cam videos were posted at the NORAD Tracks Santa website's Videos webpage.

Under each year is a table of locations of the Santa Cam videos posted for that year at the NORAD Tracks Santa website's Videos webpage with links to the Santa Cam video clips (where available). Then each year has a comment on which Santa Cam video locations changed (additions, updates, and deletions) from the prior year.

In December 2010, prior to Christmas Eve, the Videos webpage featured the NORAD Tracks Santa Trailer and a link to the Holiday Videos webpage that has invited student videos from around the world. See article Holiday Videos from Around the World for more information.


2007

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2007 NORAD Tracks Santa - Santa Cam Videos
Arriving and Departing Link Clip
1. Taking off from the North Pole and proceeding south along the International Date Line [1]
2. Visiting Auckland and passing by Sky Tower on New Zealand's North Island [2]
3. Passing over the Sydney Opera House as he makes his rounds of Australia [3]
4. Passing Mount Fuji and going 100 times faster than a 500 series Shinkansen "bullet train" in Japan [4]
5. Flying along the Great Wall of China [5]
6. Passing the Himalayas in Nepal [6]
7. Flying over the Taj Mahal in India [7]
8. Getting a great view of Earth from the International Space Station (ISS) [8]
9. Flying over Baghdad, Iraq (a new video for 2007) [9]
10. Admiring the "onion dome" architecture of Saint Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia (though passing through quickly, because the Eastern Orthodox Church prefer to give presents on Epiphany) [10]
11. Passing the Egyptian Pyramids of Giza and heading toward Cairo [11]
12. Passing above the Colosseum in Rome, Italy [12]
13. Visiting the boys and girls in Neuschwanstein, Germany by Neuschwanstein Castle [13]
14. Circling the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France [14]
15. In London, United Kingdom (announced by Jonathan Ross of the BBC) [15]
16. Rendezvous in mid-Atlantic Ocean with an unidentified Ohio-class submarine [16]
17. Circling near the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [17]
18. Flying over the ruins of Machu Picchu and passing Cuzco in Peru [18]
19. Passing Cape Canaveral and Miami Beach in Florida [19]
20. Flying through Midtown Manhattan in New York City [20]
21. Flying through the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri [21]
22. Flying over Colorado Springs [22]
23. Flying slowly over Reindeer Lake in Canada [23]
24. Flying Past Mount St. Helens and Circling the Space Needle, Seattle, Washington [24]
25. Ending his mission in Hilo, Hawaii [25]


Unique for 2007 was a Santa Cam video for Baghdad, Iraq.


2007 NORAD Tracks Santa - Other Videos
Other Videos Link Clip
2007 NORAD Tracks Santa Trailer [26]
2007 BBC News Story - RAF Fylingdales Radar Station Assists NORAD in Tracking Santa in December 2007 [5] [27]
July 25, 2010 Broadcast of a July 16, 2010 Interview with Major Stacia Reddish on the 2007 NORAD Tracks Santa Program [6] [28]


2006

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2006 NORAD Tracks Santa - Santa Cam Videos
Arriving and Departing Link Clip
1. Taking off from the North Pole and proceeding south along the International Date Line [29]
2. Visiting Auckland, and passing by Sky Tower, and then on to Picton, and Cloudy Bay, New Zealand [30] [31]
3. Passing over the Sydney Opera House as he enters Australia [32] [33]
4. Passing Mount Fuji and going 100 times faster than a 500 series Shinkansen "bullet train" in Japan [34] [35]
5. Flying along the Great Wall of China and into Siberia [36] [37]
6. Crossing the Hump (the Himalayas) in Nepal [38] [39]
7. Passing the Taj Mahal in India [40] [41]
8. Climbing to an altitude of some 240 miles (385 kilometers) to visit the International Space Station [42] [43]
9. Admiring the "onion dome" architecture of Saint Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia (though passing through quickly, because the Eastern Orthodox Church prefer to give presents on Epiphany) [44] [45]
10. Passing the Egyptian Pyramids of Giza and heading toward Cairo [46] [47]
11. Covering Italy while admiring the Colosseum in Rome, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the Grand Canal (Venice) [48] [49]
12. Traveling north over the castles of Bavria (Neuschwanstein, Germany) and into the rest of France [50] [51]
13. Circling the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France [52] [53]
14. Leaving North Africa and the Canary Islands for London (announced by Jonathan Ross of the BBC) [54] [55]
15. Rendezvous in mid-Atlantic Ocean with an unidentified Ohio-class submarine [56] [57]
16. Coming into Rio de Janeiro, Brazil past Christ the Redeemer statue [58] [59]
17. Flying over the ruins of Machu Picchu and passing Cuzco in Peru [60] [61]
18. Passing Cape Canaveral and Miami Beach in Florida [62] [63]
19. Delivering to New York City while admiring the Statue of Liberty and Central Park before continuing into Quebec [64] [65]
20. Flying through the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri [66] [67]
21. Pausing in Manitoba at Reindeer Lake in Canada [68] [69]
22. Passing over NORAD's Cheyenne Mountain Operation Center before continuing to Alberta and Saskatchewan [70] [71]
23. Orbiting Seattle's Space Needle and proceeding to California [72] [73]
24. Ending his mission in Hilo, Hawaii [74] [75]


Many of the videos posted on the 2006 and 2007 NORAD Tracks Santa websites were the same ones (both in terms of visuals and voiceovers) as the ones posted on the NORAD Tracks Santa 2005 website. Previous years have used many of the same visuals, but different voiceovers.

In 2006, the Santa Cam video for Machu Picchu in Peru replaced the 2005 Santa Cam video for Newfoundland, Canada. Also, in 2006, the International Space Station and the Egyptian Pyramids now have separate Santa Cam videos for the first time, and the 2005 Santa Cam video for the Persian Gulf was dropped.


2006 NORAD Tracks Santa - Other Videos
Other Videos Link Clip
2006 NORAD Tracks Santa Trailer [76]
December 21, 2006 Podcast Interview with Aviation Weekly on the Web (AVWeb) with Major Stacia Reddish on the NORAD Tracks Santa Program [7] [77]


References

  1. "From NORAD Santa Tracker To Twitter: Santa Tracking For Christmas Eve 2009, Dec 23, 2009, Danny Sullivan" (in en). Search Engine Land. http://searchengineland.com/santa-tracking-for-christmas-eve-2009-32427. Retrieved 2009-12-31. 
  2. "'Starr' helps NORAD track Santa, Dec 2, 2003 by Michael Phillips, US Air Force Press Releases" (in en). US Air Force. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_prfr/is_200312/ai_2198668072/. Retrieved 2009-12-31. 
  3. "NORAD Missile Agency Tracks Santa By Satellite, December 24, 2007" (in en). Sky News. http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Sky-News-Archive/Article/20080641298341. Retrieved 2009-12-31. 
  4. "Aaron Carter Named NORAD's Honorary Santa Tracker, November 25, 2002 by Yahoo Music" (in en). Yahoo News. http://new.music.yahoo.com/aaron-carter/news/aaron-carter-named-norads-honorary-santa-tracker--12059763. Retrieved 2009-12-31. 
  5. "BBC News - RAF Tracking Santa Claus, Dec 17, 2007" (in en). BBC. http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/nol/newsid_7140000/newsid_7148200/7148270.stm?bw=nb&mp=wm&news=1&ms3=6&ms_javascript=true&bbcws=2. Retrieved 2009-12-31. 
  6. "Podcast354: Behind the Curtain of the NORAD Tracks Santa Program - MAJ Stacia Reddish on 16 July 2010 at Camp Alexander" (in en). www.speedofcreativity.org. http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2010/07/25/podcast354-behind-the-curtain-of-the-norad-tracks-santa-program/2. Retrieved 2011-01-28. 
  7. "Friday Podcast on 21 December 2006: Major Stacia Reddish Explains How NORAD Tracks Santa Every Christmas Eve" (in en). AVWeb. http://www.avweb.com/podcast/podcast/194060-1.html. Retrieved 2011-01-28. 

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