Three seem to be the magic number during the weekend! There were three rooms, three organisers, three sponsors and three breaks for each day. Incidentally, three astronauts said "Hi"s too. @Astro_Alex said hi from the Orbit and @Astro_Wheels from Mission Control, Houston. Tim Peake said Hi on Skype from Start City at Russia and we continued on for a good half an hour (+) of Q&A! It was amazing and much appreciated for Tim to take some time to talk to us during the busy training schedule in Russia. Don't forget to take the tea into space, Tim!
ESA has brought a lot of goodies for us, bags, stickers, badges, posters, calendars... plus more goodies from ISU, BIS and SKA, Citizen Inventor and Space Grrl in the same bag.
And if you were one of the lucky ones who has decided to join the Mars Express session to learn about the making of it, you'd have the MarsExpress badge too (we got the badge at the end f the session as a suprise, so the choice to join the session was not influenced).
If you like stories, here is why we have the rooms called Earth, Moon and Mars. The rooms were named by Kate according to the size of the room, Earth, being the biggest room is the place where most human have been, Mars, the smallest room, is the places where humans have been least (well, less than the moon anyways).