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Scooper Looper 2000 (SL2000) has camera to see everything in unbelievable details. It has a Space receiver so it can hear all of the sounds on the moon. Its left hand is a very strong shovel, and its right biotic hand is as flexible as human's arm. The big wheels help it to move around the moon with the speed of lightning. My robot can scoop up moon dusts and rocks for analyzing. It has a remote control to get scientists' difficult orders to follow. The moon soil gets collected into its body, and there is a lid to prevent the soil from floating away. The robot gives computer data and facts to the Space Station. Then all astronauts can transmit the useful information to NASA on earth. This mission helps the human race to understand the moon so we can develop a space city to live in the future.