Will 1M humanoid robots be manufactured before a human walks on the Moon again?

Resolves as YES if 1 million humanoid robots are manufactured before a human ventures onto the surface of the Moon again (after 2023).

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These humanoid robots must meet specific criteria to be counted towards this total. Each robot must be bipedal, walking upright on two legs in a manner that broadly resembles human walking. Additionally, each robot must be equipped with hands capable of manipulating objects. The hands should have fingers or similar appendages, allowing them to grip, hold, and interact with various items. Each robot must be capable of autonomous function without external power for a duration of at least 1 hour in order to qualify in the context of this question.

Each robot must be between 1.25 and 3 meters tall when standing up, and weigh between 25 and 500 kg. Furthermore, each robot must be able to lift a 10kg box off the floor and walk with it for 10 meters in order to qualify.

To meet the criteria, the human must be awake for at least ten continuous minutes on the surface of the moon outside of a spacecraft. The human may be wearing a pressure suit or similar device. Furthermore, during this awake period, the human's heart rate must not drop below 30 beats per minute. The safe return of the human is not a necessary. If the human is in a state of suspended animation or asleep at the time of leaving the spacecraft to venture onto the Lunar surface, they must be successfully resuscitated or woken up for at least 10 continuous minutes before returning to the spacecraft.

The human does not necessarily need to walk, and can use a wheelchair or some other form of mobility device to navigate the Lunar surface. They must be outside of the spacecraft and with either their body or a pressure suit exposed to the Lunar vacuum (or atmosphere if the moon possesses one on this date) in order to fulfil the criteria of this question. If the human is wearing a pressure suit, then the volume of the human must occupy at minimum 30% of the volume of the pressure suit in order to count as a pressure suit and not a spacecraft/vehicle. Either the human's body or pressure suit must make contact with the Lunar surface. If the human exits the craft and enters a space underneath the Lunar surface, such as a cavern or an underground base, then this does not qualify as venturing out onto the Lunar surface. In the case that the human is outside of the spacecraft without a pressure suit, then they must survive on the lunar surface for at least 10 continuous minutes and remain awake with a heartrate of at least 30bpm during that time.

The human venturing onto the Lunar surface must possess both a functioning brain and heart, with limited alterations. These vital organs may have undergone chemical, mechanical, or electronic modifications, provided that these enhancements do not significantly alter the organ's functioning compared to that of a typical human. Complete modification or replacement of any other organ in the human's body, including those enabling the human to survive on the surface of the moon without a pressure suit, is permissible within the context of this question. The human must also have a mass of less than 500kg (can be a cyborg but with some limits).

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