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Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
reply to post by wildespace
Here they are:
NASA Unveils New Detailed Photos of Apollo Moon Landing Sites
Even though they have been reported from time to time for hundreds of years, claims of changes on the lunar surface have always been controversial. Many scientists have dismissed the occasional reported sightings of glows and mists hanging over certain lunar features. Now a French astronomer has obtained some of the best evidence yet that occasionally something does disturb the lunar surface. It was seen in 1992 by veteran lunar observer Audouin Dollfus of the Observatoire de Paris using the one metre (39 inch) Meudon reflecting telescope. He has only just finished analysing the results, and has submitted them for publication.
Originally posted by DJW001
reply to post by TeslaandLyne
Go from Earth orbit to the Moon in a capable rover with TV worldwide viewing.
They did that already. It was called Apollo.