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originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: namelesss
No earthbound telescope can see any of the sites with resolution enough to make out details of any worth.
Nor can Hubble, it simply wasn't designed to, if my understanding is correct, see things that close by.
Only craft orbiting above the lunar surface can make out the detail necessary to confirm the existence of every one of the sites.
...and I'm old enough to remember the depositing of "said garbage".
3 reasons stand out; 1 it's too expensive,
2 someone else is already there & doesn't want visitors,
3 NASA forgot how to build a saturn 5...
We DO have antigrav technology, all this playing with rockets is purely window dressing for the sheeple.
We know that Clinton had doubts about it, that one Astronaut 'can't remember it', that one reserve astronaut seriously doubts it.
We know they can talk noted scientists can be threatened into changing their theories (Van Allen).