We begin on planet Earth, with a demonstration of measuring distances using triangulation. Then, an imaginary voyage begins from earth to the moon…
Jean Painlevé shot Voyage to the Sky to be screened at the Palais de la Découverte museum’s 1937 international exhibition. A playful, imaginative musing on the wonders of the universe and celestial landscapes, which speculates with inspiring curiosity on Earth’s humble position in the cosmos.
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