A remote Ohio facility used to test NASA’s new moon-bound spacecraft has been renamed for the first astronaut to step foot on the lunar surface.

NASA’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio, which in March completed a three-month test campaign in support of the agency’s Artemis I Orion crew capsule, has been redesignated the Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility. The legislation directing the change was signed into law on Wednesday (Dec. 30).