Comment on Apollo Moon Landing Hoax – Scientific Evidence by LunarOrbit.
You can reflect a laser off the moon’s surface.
No reflector required.
True, but a lot more of the laser’s light is reflected when a reflector is used. The reflectors reflect all light back in the direction it came from. Light reflected off the lunar surface refracts in many directions, only a small percentage of it returns to the observatory that the laser originated from. That means there is a significant difference in the power of the returning laser light when a reflector is used.
Clearly something is at the location of the LRRRs left on the Moon by the Apollo astronauts.