Can not recommend MECO enough
You know... Creators focusing on space exploration generally tend to come off as above average in intelligence, but at the end of the day, no one really stands out. Hell, I freely admit, that I myself, fall into that category as well. Anthony Colangelo is the exception to that rule. I would liken him to a Stephen Fry in a room full of news anchors... Surely, these people are all knowledgeable in their own right, but this one person just (pun not intended, but I wish it was) stands head and shoulders above them all. MECO gives Colangelo the opportunity to display an extremely reliable pool of personal knowledge, combined with a rock-solid thought process. That never really happens "out in the wild". It's incredibly refreshing to listen to the well structured free-flowing thought of an erudite. AND IT'S A PODCAST ABOUT SPACE! WHO DOESN'T LIKE SPACE? :D
A fellow podcaster via Apple Podcasts · Bulgaria · 02/14/18
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I just found this from hearing you on the Are We There Yet? Podcast. This is a great learning podcast for anyone into rocket science. We all need to learn more!
G101gffsswr via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/11/17
This guy is the best space news source out there. Even better than everyday astronaut, who is also awesome. I new miss a show. I love the deep dives and perspectives that I wouldn’t otherwise have. Keep going Anthony!!! 🙏
Tim V-L via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/02/21
This podcast will keep you up to date on the latest happenings in space exploration. While not overly critical, Anthony's honest, unbiased analysis is through a skeptical lens in order to get to the heart of the data. He does a great job of reading between the lines to figure out what...Read full review »
(space) pat o. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/30/16
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