Geoff Nunn, adjunct curator of space history at The Museum of Flight, joined us for an IMAX screening of “First Man” on Oct. 20 at the Pacific Science Center. After the movie, we got to chat about how it represented Neil Armstrong and the Apollo 11 space mission.

Geoff leads The Museum of Flight’s efforts to tell the story of the first 50 years of human spaceflight and beyond. He holds a master’s degree in museology from the University of Washington. He has over a decade of experience working in science and technology museums as an educator and exhibit developer. He has presented on the Museum’s efforts to tell the story of the space program at conferences nationwide, and also regularly writes about space-related topics for Aloft magazine.

This was a social event, not a lecture. NSWA has hosted similar events for The Martian, The Arrival and Life.