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This rover’s name is Reliance. A part of the rover is the arm. There are 2 joints for the arm to function. The first one is allowing the arm to move up and down. Next, the 2nd joint allows the arm to extend forward and turn 180. Another part of the arm is for picking up soil. It pushes the lunar soil up into the compartment. The place where the arm deposits lunar soil is the soil pit. Then there is a back door of the soil pit that allows lunar soil to be deposited into a containment place in the shuttle. The rover is protected by the lunar dust due to how thick the material. Made from metal strips to ensure the rover will not sink. The cameras are located above the soil pit. The camera is 3rd person view to view and analyze objects from multiple angles.