The fact that anyone with a nice zoom camera can take — while standing on Earth — such a crisp, clear, detailed photo of the Moon seems to be yet another proof that the Moon is closer than we are told, and not 238,000 miles away. If it was that far away in “space,” then I highly doubt we would be able to see such fine details of the Moon’s surface from the Earth because we would be looking through so many miles of atmosphere, which would cloud the image. We can even see the details with our naked eye on many nights. This proof might not be the first thing you would tell a person who is new to flat earth, but it can be added as a curiosity to all of the other observable evidence.
But better yet, given all that I just said above about clear images of the Moon’s surface: If there are supposedly at least 2,000 Satellites (I have seen some sources say 20,000 — but let’s just say 2,000) orbiting around the Earth, wouldn’t we at least once in a while be able to witness, to observe, a Satellite pass between us and the Moon (especially a bright full Moon), and therefore be able to see the Satellite’s silhouette as it flies across the Moon’s surface from our perspective? Common sense says “Yes.” But in the ball-earth theory, lies are stacked upon other lies, which means that all common sense is lost, or we are expected to ignore our sense(s) and pretend that we feel ourselves spinning around at 1,000 miles per hour.