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  1. Hello ladies and gentlekerbs, we've seen a lot of great content posted all over these forums by our fellow Kerbonauts, many of which I have been honoured to be able to feature in my little 'threads of the month' series. It's a special time of year, Christmas is coming, and even if you don't celebrate this particular holiday most people have some kind of winter festival, or just roll with the festivities and use them as an excuse to enjoy themselves Something to enjoy is to look back on all the good times we've had in the past year, and the works of one person in particular have really stood out on these forums, so now is the time spread a little winter cheer and remind everyone of this persons fantastic contribution to our little corner of the internet. Also, huge thanks to @OrbitalBuzzsaw for the suggestion of a Thread of the Year, and to @DarkOwl57 for his nomination. While the particular thread was started in December of last year, it has continually been expanded upon by its creator throughout 2016, and has greatly impressed and brought joy to all its readers. Ladies and gentlekerbs, it is with great honour that I present to you the Kerbal Space Program forums thread of the year, The Saga of Emiko Station, by @Just Jim. Merry Christmas, and to all a good year.