Wall-E lookalike robot aims to provide power to moon by 2025

Canadian firm Stells say they will have a Mobile Power Rover, or MPR-1, on the lunar landscape by 2025 - that will trundle along to where power is needed.The tracked vehicle will serve the Moon’s South Pole region providing charge to other lunar applications - robots, rovers, landers, and potentially supporting future human missions.The MPR-1 drives from a landing craft to required mission area and then unfurls solar panels.SWNS/Stells