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M.O.R.P is specially designed for the moon with his tweels. Tweels are wheels that are pressurized, so they are guaranteed to not pop. The tweels are rubber, so M.O.R.P will have to be rolled out of a space shuttle. There is a camera on the top that will be used for navigation. If lunar dust gets stuck in the camera, there will be windshield wipers. The E-shaped shovel will rotate horizontally, so the dust will not fly off. M.O.R.P is going to be battery powered and there will be a charging station in the shuttle accompanied by an air conditioning unit to keep the robot cool if he is overeating or vice versa. There is a stainless steel mesh to repel lunar dust. If the navigation system fails, there will be a backup control system at N.A.S.A.