I sometimes tell my kid that when he grows up, he might be living on the moon. Last night he was worried that Santa won't be able to bring him presents there. To which I replied that sure, Santa can go quite fast, covering the entire globe in a 24 hour period.
So, Santa wouldn't have a problem reaching across a distance of a mere 30 Earths. Would he..? It's just a matter or time, right?
I'm no stranger to the various estimations of Santa's speed (different estimates of time he has and actual distance traveled):
Let's say Santa gets a fresh bunch of reindeer, with their reindeer spacesuits and his jolly red santapacesuit, sets his sled's warp/wormhole/time distortion generator to max output, and heads out. Can I get a fair estimate of how long will it take him to reach the moon and my kid (How long will the boy be staying awake despite his father's protests).
And oh, my son (or his son, or his grandson, or his clone's grandson's robotic heir) isn't the only eagerly awaiting kid on the block - the moon's gonna be heavily popualated in a couple of
decades centuries. So make it snappy!