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I named my rover Lunar Digger because it digs. The special parts in my rover are: backhoe, solar panels, trunk, energy monitor rover, and dust proof vibratable cloth. The backhoe will dig then rotate and dump the regolith into the trunk. When the trunk gets full, the rover returns to the base. My rover can carry an average amount of regolith in one trip so the rover can manage the energy adequately. The solar panels allow for a power source on the moon. Once the rover’s energy levels drop to a certain level, it will send the energy rover that has the battery system to the base. There, the energy robot recharges the batteries and travels back to the rover. Lunar Digger is covered by a special dust proof cloth which has wires weaved in it. These wires are connected to a vibrating tool so the dust can be removed.