Launched on June 18, 2009 along with the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) was the first United States mission tot he moon in over ten years. The “official” purpose of the LRO was to create a 3D map of the Moon’s surface with 100-meter resolution and 98.2% coverage. Additionally, to put Moon landing hoax theories to rest they were taking 0.5-meter resolution images on the Apollo landing sites.
You have all heard about and possibly even seen pictures about structures, tracks, pyramids, and other oddities on the surface of the moon and the evidence keeps stacking up. With the advent of Google Moon, more satellites from other countries taking passes and hi-res photos, and the Chinese lander we are starting to see more of the moon than ever before and the evidence says our moon is not what we think it is.