That was an interesting article you posted. I'd seen most of the photos before, but not the two showing a reflection of two astronauts in the visor - meaning three astronauts were present on the moon!
Other questions that bother me about the moon landings are these - maybe you or someone else can give me answers:
1. The temperature on the day side of the moon can reach 225 degrees F. Were the astronauts' suits sufficiently air conditioned to keep them cool in such temperatures?
2. The Van Allen belts - how dangerous are they to pass through? I've read articles for and against any danger, and also, while on the surface of the moon, what was there to protect them from unexpected solar flares?
3. An article on this page detailing the total number of photos taken during each Apollo mission, and the total amount of time, in minutes, spent on each mission. (Scroll halfway down the page to find the article, entitled "5771 photos in 4834 minutes".
When one figure is divided by the other, it turns out that one photo was taken every 50 seconds. Obviously, this would leave absolutely no time for any other activity.
Have a read of the article and see what you think.