According to the Guardian yesterday the American satellite, Lunar Reconaisance Orbiter, has captured the sharpest images of a number of Apollo moon landing sites.
lunar reconnaissance orbiter got close enough to see the spacemen's path when they walked on the moon. The photos also show ruts left by a roving vehicle and even backpacks pitched out of the lunar landers before the US visitors returned to Earth.
From a distance of just 13 to 15 miles above the Moon's surface, LRO captured images of the Apollo 12, 14 and 17 landing sites.
The photograph above is of the Apollo 17 landing site. The Challenger descent stage, tracks made by the lander crew and the ALSEP, Apollo Lunar Surface Experimental Package
Doubtless skeptics will cry photoshop or the like
More information is available on the LRO site