As NASA continues to make plans for future robotic precursor and eventual human missions to Mars, the need to characterize and develop designs for entry vehicles capable of delivering large masses to the surface of Mars will persist. In combination with this, NASA has recognized that the current heritage technology for Mars' Entry Decent and Landing (EDL) does not have the capability to land the required payload masses. Both the Thermal Protection System (TPS) and the Descent/Landing systems require new design approaches. Because of these needs, NASA has performed an Entry, Descent and Landing Systems Analysis (EDL-SA) study for high mass exploration and science missions to identify key enabling technology areas for further investment. One key technology area identified includes rigid aeroshell shapes for aerodynamic performance and controllability.