NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter took photos of the Apollo landings last July. They were supposed to end all conspiracy theories, but there are still idiots who said they were false. Thankfully, the Indians took their own photo. Spot the tracks!
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This image was one of the last photographs sent by Chandrayaan-1, the moon probe that stopped communicating with Earth last Saturday. It clearly shows the Apollo 15 rover tracks on the Moon surface.
So there you go: A third party confirms the landings. Happy now, you conspiracy retards? No? I don't care. Just stop writing me stupid emails justifying your idiotic arguments trying to prove that Armstrong didn't walk on the moon (he did, and he has the photo and the t-shirt to prove it). [The Times of India]