@Liberty4Masses Well considering we can see the original landing spot with modern day telescopes and see the tracks and flag and all of it this would be a pretty uneducated opinion to have when its so easily debunked.

@freemo @Liberty4Masses Well to be fair, that's not true. You can't see any of the artifacts on the moon with a modern terrestrial telescope. They're not powerful enough; and even the massive ones are designed around seeing more distant objects (even the Hubble doesn't have the resolving power or lens configuration to see something on the surface of the moon). Most orbital satellites (like the ones used for online maps like Google/Here/Apple Maps) can if they were orbiting the moon.

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