If I have the right numbers, it seems to me that even Hubble telescope might barely be able to make out a carcass of a blue whale on the surface of the moon, which puts objects as small as the lunar rovers or the American flag left there by Apollo out of range. Hubble is often lauded as the best telescope we have built. I know a large part of that is because it is in space where it's free from all of the interference of the atmosphere, but is there any ground-based observatory with better resolution? Is there any place on Earth where I could point a scope at the Sea of Tranquility and see what we left there over 40 years ago?
Information extracted from The Curious Team answers: Are there telescopes that can see the flag and lunar rover on the Moon?
Update: In a comment to my answer, @Envite mentions Astronomical Interferometers which are:
It also must be noted that probably this wouldn't be the best idea for watching the moon rovers since: