I really want to do this. I've got the laser. Now I just need to get it
running and get some time on a big enough telescope. I've wanted to
bounce light off the ALSEP reflectors since 1969.
> The best evidence that the landings did occur is the corner reflector left
> there on the moon. An artifact was put there that is used to bounce laser
> signals off of, and the reflection's time difference is used to caluclate
> the distance from the earth to the moon within cm. Any scientist in the
> world can look up the location, and the experiment, and with a laser and
> telescope make her own measurements.
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