You're certainly not the only person who has, Insanity!
If you wanted to image a LM descent stage like the ones photographed above from low lunar orbit by extremely sophisticated high powered cameras...you would need a telescope that could image a single pea, from a distance of 700 miles! To be fair, you'd have to have that pea looked at from the Earth's surface, through the atmosphere, and out around 650 miles into space.
It's not possible today.
I imagine that one day, it may be possible, but I find myself thinking...
With pictures like those I posted from LRO, and with many many hundreds of 70mm photos like this one, taken on that surface...
AS17-140-21372, taken December 13, 1972 in the Taurus Littrow region on the surface of the Moon....what do we need telescopic images for??
Edited by MID, 03 October 2012 - 08:40 PM.