National Aeronautics and Space Administration AP Debunks Ohio Woman's Claim That Buzz Aldrin Saw Aliens During Lunar Mission By Associated Press • Apr 14, 2018 nasa.gov Buzz Aldrin never said he saw aliens during his voyage to the moon, despite a recent online story claiming he passed a "lie detector test" confirming a close encounter. Trump Picks Oklahoma Congressman To Head NASA By Nell Greenfieldboyce • Sep 4, 2017 President Trump's pick for the next leader of NASA is a fighter pilot who wants Americans to return to the moon but doesn't believe that humans are causing climate change. NASA Glenn Experiments Headed To International Space Station Today By Jim Letizia • Jun 1, 2017 nasa.gov Two experiments from the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland leave today for the International Space Station. In Columbus, Former Astronaut Talks About Leadership And Space Flight By Mike Foley • May 24, 2017 Foley The Society of American Military Engineers continues its annual Joint Engineer Training Conference today in Columbus. UC Professor Maps U.S. Racial Makeup By Jim Letizia • May 16, 2017 uc.edu A University of Cincinnati astrophysicist has created maps showing the racial makeup of the United States. Ohio Bids A Final Farewell To John Glenn By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Dec 18, 2016 thelantern.com Vice President Joe Biden says former U.S. Senator and space pioneer John Glenn "defined what it meant to be an American." Feds Investigating Former OSU Prof's Ties To China By Jim Letizia • Sep 15, 2015 businessinsider.com FBI agents are investigating a former Ohio State University professor's ties to the Chinese government. Feds Working To Develop Toxic Algae Early Warning System By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Apr 9, 2015 Federal researchers are developing an early warning system for toxic algae blooms. Has Neil Armstrong Been Misquoted? By Jim Letizia • Jun 6, 2013 The famous words spoken by the late Wapakoneta native Neil Armstrong when he set foot on the moon in 1969 may have been misquoted by people over the years.