The MORPHEUS rover is a robotic vehicle designed as a test bed for planetary exploration missions technologies. It is equipped with a suite of technologies that enable it to navigate autonomously over a range of terrains, including rough and rocky landscapes. Mounted on top of the chassis is a sensor suite, which includes a stereo camera, lidar sensors, and other instruments for mapping and analyzing the surrounding terrain. The rover also features a GNSS RTK system, which is used as ground truth for evaluating the metrological performances of ego-motion algorithms. Using a combination of onboard algorithms and machine learning techniques, the rover can identify and navigate around obstacles, and find the most efficient path to its destination. In addition to its navigation capabilities, the rover is also equipped with a robotic arm for collecting loose soil and rocks.