• The Hubble can't focus on something as close as the moon. Earth-based telescopes can't see objects that small, due to image distortion from Earth's atmosphere. So it has to be done by spacecraft orbiting the moon. NASA's new Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, which just recently began orbiting the moon, has photographing those landing sites as part of its planned job. However, I don't believe that people who doubt the moon landing will accept those photos. They'll say the flag, etc. have been Photoshopped in. I don't know of ANY way to convince those people.
  • You have to understand how small the lander is in relation to the moon. If you really want to understand the truth, watch "In The Shadow Of The Moon". an excellent documentary telling all about that achievement for humankind. It's even on Youtube.

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