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Pale Matter
Station 151
Station 151 is Antarctica’s first and only astronomical radio observatory. Built by the Telders Corporation at an estimated cost of $200M USD, the station promises to reveal the darkest secrets of the universe. Join Astrophysicist Wayne Robertson at the bottom of the world as he sets off on the adventure of a lifetime (and possibly his last). Station 151 is a science-fiction podcast written by Andy Scearce and Steven James Scearce. It is produced by Bear Weiter and Pale Matter.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 437 ratings
The Realm stories are overall pretty good. This one was dorky at times like usual but the AI’s sassing Wayne and the other AI’s were the best comedy of the story. I like the psychological thriller aspect of the Realm stories just wish they were not so cheesy PG half the time. Overall pretty...Read full review »
atlas21dyl via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/25/23
Up to 2nd ep
So far so good. It seems right up my alley for creepy.
BmerKitty via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/24/23
I’m really enjoying these sci-fi fiction podcasts and this one is one of the best I’ve found so far. Can’t wait for season two!!!
<zzzzzzo~~~~~~ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/22/23
Recent Episodes
Tensions reach an all-time high as Wayne and Buzz race against time to escape Wilkins, Doctor Alfieri, and an ominous threat from above. Will they be able to outwit their enemies and survive the ultimate showdown? Find out as it all comes to a head in the explosive finale of Season One.  CW:...
Published 02/14/23
Published 02/14/23
With Dr. Alfieri on the move and an imminent threat falling from the skies, Wayne and Astrid rush to escape before Wilkins wakes from maintenance and puts a stop to their plans. Unfortunately, any place of safety or refuge on the map will be a dangerous trek across a frozen and unforgiving...
Published 02/07/23
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