Believing in Santa Claus is one of the most magical things about Christmas for little kids. But as we all know, seeing is believing! That's why this year, we're so excited kids in the U.K. might actually be able to see their favorite man in red—or at least his method of transportation.
Yes, that's right, Santa's sleigh will be visible, weather permitting, on Christmas Eve in the early evening across the pond. And by "Santa's sleigh," we mean the International Space Station. Sure, the astronauts on the largest man-made space object aren't quite Rudolph or the rest of the reindeer pack. But when the ISS passes over the U.K. on the holiday, it will reportedly appear to be a giant star-like object moving through the sky.
In other words, it could totally pass for Kris Kringle, en route to the homes of good little girls and boys. Now that's magical!
iss027e036637(May 23, 2011) --- This image of the International Space Station and the docked space shuttle Endeavour,...Posted by International Space Station on Monday, November 2, 2015
iss027e036637(May 23, 2011) --- This image of the International Space Station and the docked space shuttle Endeavour,...
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