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Has man walked on the Moon?

Is it possible to see the Apollo landing station, US flag, footprints, moon rovers from Earth or from space (from Earth orbit, e.g. with the Hubble Space Telescope or other satellite)?

http://www.google.com/moon/ - these photos are very limited and very bad quality. They were made in the 70s by a moon orbiting station.

Moon has no atmosphere. There are very powerful telescopes.

Why are there no other photos? Can telescopes magnify enough?

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    We already addressed this as part of the larger moon-landing-denial question. In particular, please take a look at the following photograph: i.stack.imgur.com/M9AZ1.jpg – Sklivvz Oct 2 '12 at 21:37
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    Can't agree that it is dupe. I provided link from Google Moon project and I believe the quality is very bad. (same photos as yours) Also I wish to see it myself in telescope in much better quality. I believe it should be possible. – Max Oct 2 '12 at 21:44
  • Max, we are not going to address your wish - we only allow questions that skeptical of a well-known claim. In this case the only claim I can see is that we haven't been on the Moon. Please read our FAQ and linked welcome post. – Sklivvz Oct 2 '12 at 23:15
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    If the question is not "Did we walk on the moon?" but the (unnotable) "Can I see the results in a telescope?" it might fit on astronomy.stackexchange.com – Oddthinking Jan 25 '16 at 3:05
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    The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter sent back a number of pictures of various Apollo landing sites. See nasa.gov/mission_pages/apollo/revisited/#.WKIcfX_t-XB for the images... – BobT Feb 13 '17 at 20:54

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