“In today’s world, if China does not possess the ability to go into space independently, it is like not being able to build a ship in the Age of Discovery. If we don’t engage in space exploration, we will miss out on the beauty of space.” said Li Dong, chief designer of the Long March-5 launch rocket. on July 23, 2020, the Long March 5 rocket lifted the Tianwen-1 Mars probe into space, creating a beautiful arc across the azure sky. If successful the spacecraft will arrive at Mars in February 2021. To some extent, the capability of the space industry represents a country’s industrial development. The Mars probe is the first step of China’s planetary exploration project, and the coming launching mission has been highly recognized and supported by the international community. Despite previous failures, China’s space exploration program embodies a great optimism – never be afraid of return to ground zero and start over again even in face of greater challenges.