In the Spring of 1914,
with Europe on the brink of war, no one had heard of an obscure German physicist called Albert Einstein. A British astronomer,
Arthur Eddington, realised that Einstein’s theories could unlock whole new ways of thinking about time and space. Despite
the danger of being labelled traitors, the two men began a unique correspondence. An eclipse in Africa provided an opportunity
to prove Einstein’s theories to the world. Eddington, an unlikely hero, set out on a journey that would change people’s
perceptions of the universe forever.