Sad news. Astronaut Neil Armstrong has died aged 82. The first man to step foot on the moon suffered complications following heart surgery three weeks ago, NBC News reports.
As well as uttering the famous line: "One step for man, one giant leap for mankind" in 1969, when he jumped off of the Apollo 11 spacecraft onto the surface of the moon, he said some other really great things, like: "My thumb blotted out the planet Earth. I didn't feel like a giant. I felt very, very small."
After the moon landing, when him and Buzz Aldrin spent three hours walking on its surface, he started teaching in the Aerospace Engineering department of the University of Cincinatti. He also worked on his own farm, became a businessman and continued to advise NASA.
He was also immortalised in the MTV logo, and you'll see his presence at the upcoming VMAs - the "Moon Man" prize that pop stars such as Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga win is a little version of him landing on the moon.