My robot is made from titanium to withstand extreme temperatures. My robot has solar panels for energy. To deal with lunar dust it has an electrodynamic dust shield covering the robot. The way my robot digs is that you can think of it like an auger. The difference is that it's in a V bowl shape with stages. That way the robot can dig and hold the lunar dust. To create traction while digging the bowl like auger will spin in the opposite direction of each other. Once the robot gets to its destination it will flip the bowl like auger over and dump the lunar dust. It will carry a lot per trip. To get over rocks my robot has this wheel where it deforms itself and it has treads. It stays normal in normal conditions. The wheel is made of aluminum. Plus, it has lidar sensors for navigation.
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