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Nut Nut’s astronut goes to the moon. Do you see the white “wings” on the side? Those attract the Moon Dust to come over. If you’re curious, I made my robot out of cardboard, static wrap (food wrap), LED lights, and bubble wrap. My Lunarbot can hold about 8 oz of moon dust, I estimate, and since it’s cardboard, Lunar Regolith will struggle to cut the cardboard. For this robot, I used food wrap to lure moon dust over, since it is attracted to staticky things. I also used plastic wheels as you may see. This stops lunar dust from cutting it, if it was made of rubber. I would like you to know that I know a lot of people want to win this challenge, but even if I don’t, this was really fun for me, and I hope you liked my robot!