The Call For Sessions deadline for (the fully-online) #LibrePlanet 2021 is coming up on October 28, and we want YOU to submit a session about how you're empowering users to take full control of their computing: https://u.fsf.org/359
Recommended spec for the previous release 20.04 was
CPU : 2 GHz dual core processor or better
RAM : 4 GB system memory
HDD Space : 25 GB of free hard drive space
Other : Internet access is helpful
Install media : DVD or USB
The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope review
In post on 6th October I posted a link to the October lecture
 from the Space Telescope Science Institute (2).
Here is a short review of the lecture:-
The first part of this was an overview of who Nancy Grace Roman was, he connection to NASA and the new space telescope. One of the early pioneers,got started with NASA and had real vision on how space could be studied.
The 2nd part of the lecture covered the new telescope, features, and how it is hoped it will be used, but there is far more potential for science here, it will produce massive amounts of data to keep people busy and new models on how to handle, and process this data will need to be utilised.
Exciting times ahead, from studying stars, supernovae, galaxies, looking for exo planets, stars with exoplanets as they pass in front of other stars, looking for dark matter and energy and much more.
There is a related lecture to this, which was from the 15th October