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My robot's name is Vivid Steel. It is 102 pounds so it stays grounded on the moon. The robot is six feet long so soil can fit in the box. When the shovel picks up the dirt it will vibrate to get under the soil and pick up more. When the shovel is full it can bend and retract to go back into the bucket. If rough rocks fly up, a shield behind the shovel will protect everything. There will be a built-in camera in the shield and in the back so people can see what the robot is doing. There is a 3 foot box that the soil goes into and a ramp so the soil slides easily. The back of the box has another shield preventing the soil from flying everywhere. There are 4 jagged and bumpy wheels so the robot can stick to the moon without floating.