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Another July has past since 1969, making it 44 years of the alleged moon landing.
NASA sent a satellite to the moon on June 18, 2009. As of June 18, 2013, it has gone around the moon 18,000 times and has conducted over 6 billion topographic measurements and 434 terabytes of data, which is in the planetary data system.
The satellite called Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter is still sending back lunar data until 2014, with a possibility of two more years. This satellite has a telephoto lens capable of photographing anything on the moon within 50 feet.
Why hasn't the orbiter taken any pictures of the moon landers within the 50 feet that it is capable of doing? The answer to this is obvious: there are not any moon landers on the moon. The photos they show us are 80 miles above the area and never closer than that.
The orbiter is still working very well for four complete years and most likely two more years. NASA should show us close-up photos or confess to the hoax.
Published: Aug. 15, 2013 - Volume 12 - Issue 18