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The DylanBot 2000 is 3.5 x 2 x 2. The head of the bot has a camera and a built-in GPS system, radioactivity sensor, and the claw controls. The claw will pick up radioactive waste and put it in moon craters. The body holds the nuclear generator, motors, and receiver. The receiver receives signals from the satellite dish above. The wheels also have pressure sensors to sense pressure.