A NASA astronaut was at the Armstrong Air and Space Museum on Sunday.
Colonel Gregory Johnson was there signing the awards for the top finishers in this summer's Run to the Moon coming up on July 21 in Wapakoneta.
Johnson served as pilot for two space shuttle endeavor missions. First in March of 2008 then in May of last year.
This was Johnson's first trip to the Armstrong Air and Space Museum and says Neil Armstrong had a profound impact on his choice to become an astronaut.