The China National Space Administration’s (CNSA) is going to use Ground Penetrating RADAR to look at the subsurface of Mars. The CNSA has not yet sent an orbiter to Mars but plans on skipping this step to look at the surface and subsurface faster. The rover is aimed to launch sometime in the summer and should arrive in 2021. This type of Ground Penetrating RADAR (GPR) is also going to be in the NASA Mars 2020 rover, due to launch in July. The combination of subsurface information from multiple sites and both rovers will boost our knowledge of how Mars was formed. Abundant ice is present beneath the permanent carbon dioxide ice cap at the Martian south pole and maybe in the shallow subsurface at more temperate conditions. If the GPR can locate a shallow reign on Mar's water table this would go along way towards making a colony on Mars possible.