Norway Tracking Center Operational


The temporary Regional Tracking Center set up in Sector 3 in Renn, Norway is now fully operational. A sudden change in location was announced earlier this week as Iceland suffered from countless small earthquakes due to volcanic activity.

Elf Roger Star said that Elf Supervisor for Sector 3, Elf Rolf, reports full operational functions this morning. Rolf and his staff have been able to keep tracker reports flowing with the help of elves in Sectors 4 and 5.

Coincidentally, test flights of Santa’s sleigh are centered over Norway today and are anticipated to remain over northern Europe until test pilots and reindeer return home to the North Pole for a brief break over Thanksgiving. The test flights have been fortunate for elves in the new temporary tracking center as they have installed and recalibrated their tracking computers.

How long the temporary tracking center will function in Norway is unknown at this time. It is hoped that the Iceland facility can resume operations before Santa takes off.

We will keep you posted.

Elf Meg Nogg
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2 replies
  1. Elf Lachie
    Elf Lachie says:

    It’s nice to see that the elves over at Sector 3 do an excellent job of adapting to any emergencies while keeping operations going. And in super fast time as well.

  2. Elf Ulan
    Elf Ulan says:

    Thank you, Elf Meg Nogg! I hope the volcano in Iceland will calm down and everything will turn to safe soon. I’m glad to hear elves in Sectors 4 and 5 helped Elf Rolf and his team, and the test pilots are also safe. Please enjoy a Happy Thanksgiving with their families at the North Pole. I wonder the elves each Tracking Center can return to their home or gather at the North Pole. I hope Sector 3 Tracking Center will go back to Iceland soon and safely! XD


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