When someone British does anything of importance that we aren't normally known to do, the country tends to go a bit nuts.
Like when Andy Murray won Wimbledon, or Tim Peake flew off to the ISS for a visit.
That last one is quite relevant today, because it's been announced that the Soyuz capsule Peake used to reach the ISS is going to tour the UK.
The tour is a partnership between The Science Museum Group and Samsung, letting visitors come and gawp at Peake's capsule and the 25ft parachute used to slow its descent.
Visitors will also be able to strap on a VR headset and experience the journey back down to Earth with Samsung's Space Descent VR - an experience narrated by Peake himself.
The first port of call is the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, with the exhibition starting tomorrow (27th September) and running until 19th November.