Every time I listen to an episode I discover something astonishing and awe-inspiring. I look forward to each new episode. Excellent. Truly excellent.
DPJL3000 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/02/23
This is the show to listen for everything about space! If what you want is out of this world but scientifically based this is your show. Also Dr Paul Shutter’s knowledge, communication skills, voice and style of presentation are impeccable.
Kalidonas via Apple Podcasts · Greece · 10/07/23
Every episode is a calm journey learning about very complicated matters in a charming and straight forward way.
The real Richie via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/20/23
Very good down to earth presentation of complex ideas.
Reasonedone via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/05/23
Paul’s enthusiasm is wonderful, but even more important is his ability to make complex facts and ideas from astrophysics (seem) clear and simple. One of my most favorite podcasts. I listen to every single one (and I am especially choosey, having my own podcast). I greatly recommend this podcast....Read full review »
Mark S B via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 07/29/23
Lively source of data (pun intended). Two more Spacemen and he could start a band. ;D
conaninspace via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/18/23
The actual content of the show is very good and informative. I particularly enjoyed the lengthy series on quantum mechanics. However, I have to take some points off because while the host claims to be very supportive of and invested in empirical science, every episode, he talks about the benefits...Read full review »
Literroy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/08/23
A gem of an episode.
RezaZ2 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/06/23
One of the best podcasts on the internet. Learn while being entertained. Dr. Sutter does it like no one else. If you like space, you will like Paul M. Sutter. He is out of this world.
56746209899 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/04/23
I suppose you might say that I’ve become … entangled ….
Mvn-express via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/25/23
P.M. Sutter’s approach to space science and physics is invariably illuminating. In his sardonic tone he elucidates a wide range of heady topics.
Tphr1973 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/17/23
Could have been more concise. eg. The first 15 minutes of the episode "What are the alternatives to dark matter" is about the owner's sentiments (it's not even his views and an analysis of such view - it's a repeated expression of his sentiments towards the controversy of dark...Read full review »
15272hdejish via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 01/13/23
Seriously The best podcast with all my desired content and also satisfying(Most of the times)
Qüàñtå via Apple Podcasts · India · 01/05/23
Escape the day to day stresses of life with the pursuit of complete knowledge of space and time! Learn about big ideas and even the Patreon jokes are kind of funny too. I love this podcast and there’s so many episodes to get through. Most recently the series on quantum mechanics is fascinating...Read full review »
Wellnesslife via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/23/22
Its really a pleasure for brain and soul to listen to this podcast. Strictly recommended!
Janoshik via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 11/25/22
I appreciated that the author knows his stuff very well and it’s all well researched but I found these podcasts very slow going, and very often a small point is repeated and laboured over and over to the point of coming across as patronising and dumbed down. Clearly I’m a minority though.
Civfan13579 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/09/22
But my first listen was a fifteen minute introduction to a show that only last twenty-five more minutes, and the entire introduction sounded I was about to sold a religion. In the end… great content. Presentation… not so much.
BongWolf via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/26/22
Too bad this has happened. Was enjoying till then. Subtle references like the mention of the description of “wore a red baseball cap”.
Aggie Hiker via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/17/22
Paul Sutter is a delight to listen to and the topics are fascinating. I listen to each new episode the day it comes out.
Rapshort via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/30/22
I’ve been hooked since I started listening to this a few weeks ago. This has been a life saver as I have been undergoing a medical procedure that has given me many sleepless nights. Although I’ve always found astrophysics fascinating, the way Paul tackles each question has helped me understand...Read full review »
Workaholicandlovingit via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/19/22
My favorite podcast!!! Thank you!! ❤️
Geo13 :) via Apple Podcasts · Russia · 08/16/22
Well put together podcast
MSUcatz1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/21/22
This is a great podcast that touches on several elements of astronomy and physics. The delivery is entertaining and often humorous, but always very informative.
GibsonLuv via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/21/22
The best physics podcast and the best podcast ever! The host is able to explain even the most difficult physics topic with simple words and awesome metaphors from everyday life. Nothing better to listen everyday and everywhere!
Johnnymolly via Apple Podcasts · Italy · 06/17/22
He goes into the topics in depth and doesn’t leave you feeling like he glossed over it because he didn’t want to scare you. He hits you with the real thing and it’s addictive. Going through the back catalog now and loving every minute. Thank you!
Myan Bryan via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/07/22
Paul is without a doubt one of the best science communicators around. He has the ability to share complex subjects in a way that even a slow person like myself can absorb... But then again sometimes I have to play it twice or even thrice.
Zantsak via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 05/24/22
Awesome how Dr. Sutter is able to explain some of the most difficult concepts in an amazingly simple way. Just listening to just a few episodes won’t do justice. Listening to as many as I can has made a huge difference in expanding my breadth of astronomy knowledge. Thank you and please keep...Read full review »
Fedrog via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/20/22
Ask a Spaceman provides a fascinating dive into an interesting aspect of physics in each episode while giving you the historical perspective of how our knowledge evolved.
morriswj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/01/22
This podcast will not disappoint. You will really be happy you picked this one. Paul’s thoughtful approach to simplifying the complexities the universe has offer is only exceeded by his sense of humor. His earnest delivery style and topic selections make these episodes ones I look forward to and...Read full review »
Skeetinator via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/27/22
A lot of astronomy podcasts are kind of news-driven, going over the latest discoveries & major sky events, or listener questions driven. This one does some of that, but mainly it gives the background science and explains in detail important foundational concepts, allowing you to make sense of...Read full review »
Delysid via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/17/22
This is always one of my favorite podcasts. The subject matter is complicated ideas of how our universe around us works. Paul loves answering listener questions in a way which makes it easy to follow. I like that it’s just not the concept, but the origins and history of the concept. Paul’s voice...Read full review »
the n1ghthawk via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/28/22
This podcast is a good alternative to Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s podcast. There’s no ego maniac constantly cutting off his guests, and making lame jokes. This podcast isn’t afraid to be a science podcast, and isn’t artificially injected with “humor” and doesn’t try to be political with a “comedian”...Read full review »
Crazysabbath via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/19/22
I love this show not only bc of how much fun it is to wade about in theoretical waters of physics but bc Paul (which is my name as well) is so down to earth and funny. Uses current/colloquial language whenever possible to portray super complex ideas. I really do find his take on physics...Read full review »
Elite1564 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/20/22
I appreciate that you get straight to the information and present it in a humble yet distinct way. Great work. Want more often!
csfalk via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/11/22
I’ve learned a lot from this podcast. Very informative.
Chr!stopherB via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/05/22
Really excellent explanations, I love it and am working through the back log every day. I did a PhD in Physics years ago and am now in business, it’s nice to go back and listen to such clear explanations. Interesting no dark matter evidence in globular clusters vs galaxies….
jreiqojvwieovjw via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/27/22
Excellent podcast for any space geek out there and the host is brilliant.
mw613 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/18/22
Just started this podcast and i love it. Not too complex for people who do not have a physics degree but also not to easy to lose interest. I can listen to this for days and always listen to it before sleep. Writing the review because I like the show and you asked ;) The outro could be a bit...Read full review »
MrSIimshady via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 01/11/22
Only a few podcast bring real science. This one from Dr. Paul Sutter is one of the best. Thanks Dr. Sutter for everything i learned from you.
HarrieM via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 12/22/21
P. M. Sutter is THE BOSS. If you ever visit Spain, let me know.
bufalo64 via Apple Podcasts · Spain · 12/03/21
One of the most accessible and interesting space podcasts out there. Incredibly engaging and interesting while not being too wonky. Highly recommended!
ryan_e09 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/08/21
Wow! Mr. Sutter does an amazing job with this podcast! Ive always been fascinated with astrophysics and all things involving planets, stars, orbits, etc, and Mr. Sutter explains them in a clear and concise way most people can understand. This is one of my favorite podcasts now. Thank you for...Read full review »
thefinger96 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/25/21
Great podcast! Great host!
MKULTRA83 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/23/21
I have recently come across this podcast series & I’m loving it. I am geeking out to these podcasts at least 2/3 times a day, which sounds weird, but isn’t as Paul Sutter draws you in, for a wonderful fireside chat. Extraordinary enthusiasm & deep knowledge, imparted in a way that makes...Read full review »
Northernsoul999 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/02/21
Thank you for being a voice of intelligence
cloudman1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/21
Black holes, dark matter, and all space things, oh my!
AustinJacobM94 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/23/21
A friend of mine recommended me this podcast recently and I couldn't stop listening since. I love all the great analogies and pictures for complex scientific problems that helped me understand physics better. A perfect podcast for everyone who likes Physics, space, atoms, minblowing concepts...Read full review »
Tapescripter via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 06/04/21
Enjoying this gem of a series. Spaceman is at the top of his game!
Sal23@K via Apple Podcasts · United Arab Emirates · 06/01/21
Well explained physics of complex matters by Paul in a witty manner. Every episode is worth listening. Quantum computer 101 very well explained worth listening to any non-technical person to get started. Eagerly waiting for quantum mechanics series. Thanks Dr. Paul Vivek
Vivekdownunder via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/07/21
Within the first 2 minutes of the first podcast I listened to, he refers to someone asking a question as “knucklehead,” thereby affirming the old adage “there are no stupid questions, only rude people.”
Kw 0816 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/17/21
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