Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the lunar surface July 20th, 1969.  They were supposed to sleep for a while, but couldn't wait to get out there.

They walked around for 2 hours and 36 minutes.  The entire Apollo 11 mission took eight days.

Time.com has an augmented reality experience that lets you watch the landing from three different points of view.  It works with iPhones and Android.  Download their app called Time Immersive to check it out.

There's a great interview on YouTube right now, where Buzz Aldrin talks about the lunar landing from start to finish.  He did it in 2016 at a science museum in London, but they just posted it for the first time.

Credit: Science Museum via YouTube