Being a team player is an essential attribute for an individual on a team. No one likes a selfish and egotistical person. That is why to make a good team member, one must be kind, humble, compassionate, a leader who is not afraid to step aside for others and have a goal to better the world. On a mission as important as traveling to Luna, a team must have these attributes so they can work well together, problem-solve challenging situations, and provide unique perspectives on how to collect and utilize resources found on our Moon. An ideal team would be three people with the combined skill sets of, a geologist to study the Moon's rocks, an environmental scientist to look at and analyze resources, and a pilot to navigate space. The pilot will have a mechanic's cross-training skills, and all three members would need to have first aid, psychological, and rudimentary pilot training. Sending a team of three to the Moon would mean fewer resources sent, more area for them to work, and lower chances of clashing. With a lower chance of arguing, there will be a relaxed atmosphere to explore the Lunar surface and deploy a machine that will assist in further Moon exploration. The machine should have a mapping system, the ability to convert Moon ice into drinkable water, use solar energy to generate electricity and power, and collect minerals as well as useful resources to study. The robot will have a low center of gravity to avoid falling over, treads to traverse Luna's rocky surface, and have the makeup of eco-friendly materials that can withstand Luna's harsh environment like, extreme temperature changes, harsh terrain, and regolith resistant technology. The ideal material will be eco-friendly by incorporating condensed or concentrated recycled plastics to reduce Earth's plastic pollution.