This rover will be solar-powered and have 3 wheels on each side for stability. The solar panels will shake so any lunar dust will come off. To collect lunar regolith, the rover has a drill that can contain samples and dump them into a bigger container. The rover can collect regolith with holes in the drill because the regolith is so sticky. Because of the high temperature on certain parts of the moon, the solar panels will have a feature that folds them up when the temperature is 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The rover itself will have a thick metal that can reflect heat and protect the rover’s computer. The tires are sturdy because the lunar soil is so rough. The large satellite dish is there for communication with the Artemis base.
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