In the 1930s, a visionary astronomer named Fritz Zwicky was the first to recognize cosmic rays, dark matter, dwarf galaxies, gravitational lenses, neutron stars, and supernovas. He also had eccentric ideas about colonizing other planets by using nuclear bombs to change their sizes and orbits. However, his colleagues abruptly dismissed most of his theories regardless of whether they made sense or not. Although Zwicky remained friendly with his school’s administrative staff and students, he publicly lashed out at colleagues, which some say cost him his place in history. Zwicky’s daughter, Barbarina, is on a one-woman mission to change what she feels is an unfair perception of her father.