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I have named my rover Lunar after my dog and the moon. The base is a white square with a smaller square in the middle. The regolith is dug up by a shovel and moves through tubes to the hollow middle base. When it is full, the rover will automatically drive to the drop-off site. It will take 30 trips per day with 3 lbs. of regolith each trip. If regolith gets in the rubber wheels, they can get cleaned inside the box. The rover will be covered with a resin to protect it from the dust. There is also a metal, extractable tube connected to a camera and an antenna to show live video. Solar panels will help keep its energy. Luna only weighs 50 pounds. It can fold up into a box and has a tube that will drain out the air.