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The rocket rover will collect lunar soil by sucking it up with the vacuum in the front. Inside the main part of the rover, a screen will scan the dust and dirt and sort it within 5 different jars. If all the jars are full, or there are too many types of dirt, the machine spit it out the back. To move the soil around it flies. It’s made of Vanadium, a medium hard, steel-blue, and corrosion-resistant metal.