posted on Jan, 31 2017 @ 09:16 PM
A wee bit of common is in order. First off, NASA has the Orion programme envisaged at least, that entails a Moon orbiter space station, and a
possible moon landing perhaps not from any Orion orbitor but without a caveat that could mean a Moon base however limited. So NASA does have a plan up
to the latter part of the 2020's leading to a Mars Mission of some kind. It is pretty grandiose though, and is meant to involve visits to asteroids,
which kind of implies a Moon visit.
From Popular Mechanics,
"NASA's key partners the European Space Agency, Roscosmos, JAXA, and the Canadian Space Agency."
The language is a bit flowery from that source, but you'll get the drift as to how sensible or realistic it is or isn't.
Anyway, I do think that the OP's link is a bit vague, especially in regard to Apollo 11 which is a fairly small space, (though it doesn't seem to
mention about flying over them), so perhaps on the surface you might not need to be so far away as to be able to observe that site without making
much of a disturbance.