My rover, DIANA, is 36*20*13.5 inches. It’s parts are built from best suited materials like steel, aluminum, fiberglass, and carbon fiber.
Diana’s laser scans soil components in the south pole to determine the tools needed (like saw) and the depth to dig. The rover transports large amounts of lunar regolith in fewer trips, using a power shovel to scoop it into the transport container and out into the holding cell. It has the intelligence to determine how much regolith to transport in each trip, depending on the battery power remaining. Diana has 9 solar panels to charge the battery when there is sunlight at the south pole. A cover stops the regolith collected from getting contaminated. Additionally, a special advanced coating created by NASA is on the rover to prevent sticking and scratching by the lunar dust.
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