This robot is powered by a strong solar power system (which is effective during the Earth’s nighttime), runs on 4 flexible wire mesh wheels, made of zinc-coated piano wires and titanium threads - these prevent the wheels from getting stuck in the lunar soil. Outer layers of this robot are made out of Bulk Metallic Glass, giving protection against lunar soil which has properties in it that can damage robots. In order to repel dust, there are multiple electron beam guns, - the electric fields created by these beams eject dust from surfaces. There is a scooper made out of strong metal to lift lunar dust. Lastly, there is a microscopic camera attached to it that connects to an artificial intelligence network, in which the robot is able to identify where to move. That network will allow the robot to identify craters and lunar soil hills and use the scooper.
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