I notice the proof photos of the landing sites come from NASA and not another country. JPL has had the tech to create any 3D image on anything for years. Real proof would be a radar ping from another countries mapper or even one picture of the stars while the ship was on the way to or circling the moon. No one had a Hubble telescope in 1969 and no one had ever seen the stars outside the atmosphere, but the Apollo program thought it was not worth the time to even take one picture. They say the earth and moon were too bright. That is not true. The major stars can be seen anytime the capsule was turned from the sun. And one of the reasons the dark side of the moon is called the dark side is because the sun is blocked.