Suppose for a moment that there actually were regular scheduled flights going to and from the Moon. Not just one or two mind you, but a lot of them, and by a lot of them I mean thousands of them. Assume for the sake of argument that an elliptical trans-lunar orbit between Earth and the Moon had ships stacked in it, with five to ten miles distance maintained between each ship in that orbit. Assume that each ship had standard anti-collision lights, i.e. at minimum, a 2,000,000 candle power strobe mounted on it. Would you be able to see those ships from the ground? Would you see, essentially, that trans-lunar orbit the ships are in, as a spider web thin glittering line in the night sky? If you couldn't quite see it from the ground, would you see it from orbit where there would be no air to dissipate and absorb the light thrown off by the ships' anti-collision lights?