After a few setbacks, Nasa's helicopter will finally get on its way, following its landing with Perseverance back in February.
The six-month stint on the ISS was marked by scientific experiments and crossovers with other astronaut crews.
These are Insider's biggest healthcare stories for the week ending April 16.
Fully vaccinated people can get COVID-19, usually a mild case. About 0.008% of people vaccinated in the US have had these "breakthrough infections."
A study estimates how many adult T. rexes could live in a given area. That enabled researchers to calculate the total number of rexes that ever...
Leaving middle seats empty on airplanes could reduce the risk of exposure by 23% to 57% when people aren't wearing masks, a CDC study found.
The InSight lander is shutting down nonessential operations to save energy. An out-of-season dust storm could end its life on Mars.
NASA says it will set a new flight date next week. Ingenuity engineers are working on a minor software tweak to help the drone spin its...
Ingenuity was supposed to spin its blades at full speed on Friday, but a "watchdog" timer that identifies issues abruptly cut the test short.
Of the 123,500 Marines who have been offered a vaccine, about 48,000 said no, while about 75,500 agreed to get one, according to data obtained by...