posted on Oct, 22 2012 @ 09:06 AM
There should be at least two objects in those pictures which did not move, if fake or not: the hill and the lander (being too big, why move it?).
If you compare the point where the silhouette of the hill meets the lander, you can see that the point is different on both pictures, indicating a
movement in the location of the photographer.
Therefore, the changes in perspective are irrelevant, as the photos were not taken from the same place.
Next: Moondust and traces in the dust.
The dust of the moon will be caused to raise by walking on it.
It will not be blown away, as there is no atmosphere, therefore no wind on the moon.
Therefore it will settle around the steps of the walking person, the radius of its settlement depending on the force with which is was raised. The
heavier parts will stay closer to the footstep, the lighter particles will be thrown away for a greater distance, leaving a smudged area around each
It is of no doubt for me that these dust-particles could cover the tracks of the moon-rover.