Back in 2014 NASA announced that the archaeological remains at the Apollo lunar landing site are important to mankind and a priceless human treasure and must be protected – and said they wanted to establish a Lunar Heritage Protection Zone of at least 1.2 miles round them. Bravo!

Apollo 17 Lunar Heritage Site: protection limit 1.2 miles

The voluntary guidelines they devised for that and other lunar sites include no-go buffer zones, heritage “precincts” and recommendations about how to fly around sites to avoid stirring up destructive dust.

No-go buffer zones“! …. “Important to mankind and a priceless human treasure and must be protected“! Compare and contrast English Heritage, Historic England and The National Trust who are supporting and advocating the building of massive dual carriageways within the Stonehenge landscape within a kilometre of the Stones and almost on top of Blick Mead!