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Bleep Bloop comes the sound when LUKHA-A5 moves on the moon surface. If you are wondering how it works? let me explain. An Astronaut tells at which location to go to dig. LUKHA-A5 reaches to the location. The Auger arm will come down, drill the regolith and the helix in the auger will push the dirt up to the container at the top of the auger. Then the top lid opens and the Auger will dump the regolith onto the sample tray. Then it will notify the base station that it has completed its drilling and will come back. The rover will communicate with base. If the connection goes down, it will automatically do all the tasks and return. The battery and it’s electronics are covered in secure box which will protect from the moon’s regolith.