An engineer at NASA studied the spacecraft that will carry the Mars 2020 spacecraft to guide and power trips to the Red Planet. This vehicle will lead and power NASA’s Mars 2020 space rover for 7 months, which will go to Mars.
Just below this vehicle, there is a heat shield that will protect the vehicle from heat during cruise and landing in the Martian atmosphere. Mars 2020 spacecraft; It was tested in a simulation with configurations of interplanetary space in a room 8 meters wide and 26 meters high.
The 2020 spacecraft includes several entirely new parts, including a sample caching system that will collect Mars samples to send data back to Earth on subsequent missions. The mission will begin in July 2020 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. On February 18, 2021, a landing will be made in the Jezero crater.