In this answer to Do we need a canonical Mars Landings Are Real answer? I propose that the work and consensus that went into the closing of Moon landing hoaxer class questions as duplicates of our now established canonical question How do we know the Apollo Moon landings are real? with several excellent answers should not be duplicated again for Mars, and again for each new solar system body.
Instead, I argue that since the nature of this class of questions is to play games with the Stack Exchange site, to troll, and to use question posts to push theories rather than to ask question, the specific solar system body doesn't matter.
I said we should close all of these as duplicates of the canonical Moon question, not just the Moon ones.
An additional benefit of closing them all as dupes of instead of a hodgepodge of generic close reasons is that we will have this activity quantified and catalogued in case that is of interest in the future.
That's my view. What do others think?
Question:: Should we also close "Are the Mars landings real?" questions as duplicates of "Are the Moon landings real"?
Current example, I've voted to close as duplicate of our canonical: Is this debris from the Space Crane from Perserverance? which invites opinions and embeds a crank hoaxer video.