"'Painting the Way to the Moon' is a short documentary about Ed Belbruno, a painter who is also a pioneer of space travel."13 August 2013Factual53 mins
Painting the Way to the Moon is a 54 minute HD feature documentary about Princeton mathematician Ed Belbruno. In the 1980's, Ed worked at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab by day and made space-inspired paintings by night. In his free time, Ed became obsessed with figuring out a new way of space travel, and over five years he toiled to find a solution. But it wasn't until he turned to his oil paints and canvas that he made his breakthrough.
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