Maybe Binder refers to Otto Binder?
The first report of UFOs on the moon that found its way into print was in an article in Saga Magazine, authored by Otto Binder, formerly employed by a NASA contractor. In a special UFO issue of the magazine in 1972 he traced many of the reported sightings and noises seen and heard during the Apollo series.
Who was Otto Binder? He is the author of two books “Flying Saucers Are Watching Us,” published in 1969 and 1971, and “What We Really Know About UFOs,” in 1968. He authored over 300 non-fiction articles on scientific and UFO subjects, and articles in science yearbooks on chemistry, astronomy, physics and biology. He was a member of the American Rocket Society, American Interplanetary Society, National Spaceflight Association and Aerospace Writers Association.
More on: http://www.ufodigest.com/article/apollo-11-were-there-ufos-moon
Apparently he also wrote a lot of the Aquaman comic book stories i.e.
The Undersea Lost World (1949). Writer: Otto Binder. Art: John Daly. Aquaman helps a team of scientists explore the ocean floor, one of mankind's last frontiers of unexplored territory. This story resembles Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's sf novel The Lost World (1912), in that the characters eventually find themselves in a region filled with large prehistoric animals.
The Sunken City of Gold (1956) Aquaman is asked to lead an expedition of scientists to a region of prehistoric marine life that has suddenly emerged from the sea floor.
prehistoric marine life.... coelacanth
Posted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 6:58 am