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Irish Air Corps has this nice tip for parents hoping to get a glimpse of Santa this evening

Important advice for any parents of little ones.

DO YOU HAVE any little ones badgering you to get a glimpse of Santa Claus?

You may be in luck.

Irish Air Corps has shared this Facebook status informing Irish parents that ISS will be visible above Ireland twice tonight – once at 5.21pm and again at 6.57pm. And as it will be the brightest object in the sky, it may bear a resemblance to a certain man’s sleigh.


Irish Air Corps also had these reassuring words for any little one worried about whether Santa will visit them tonight.

….and if any child is worried Santa won’t find the right chimney the Air Corps have a secret weapon on standby to help Santa find his way…..

airorps Source: Irish Air Corps/Facebook



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