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This is my robot. This is the way my robot works. It’s wheels have spikes because they dig into the ground and hold on while moving, so the robot can stay on the ground. The robot picks up the lunar soil with it’s metal scoop, which will control the lunar dust, and puts it in the place that’s inside the robot. Once the bottle’s full, a pipe carries it to another bottle. This is where the robot checks to see if there is any lunar dust in the lunar soil, with its x-ray camera. Once it finds the dust, it sucks it up with a special sucker, which is at the top of the bottle. It will be sprayed back outside. After that, the lunar soil is carried by another pipe to a bottle that stores the lunar soil. The robot repeats it all until the bottle is full.