Corrections

February 09, 2005

A table with an article about NASA's proposed 2006 budget in yesterday's Sun included an incorrect figure for proposed spending on astronomy research under the space agency's "Universe" program. Spending on astronomy research would be $1.512 billion under the President's plan, a decline of $1 million from current spending.

In an article yesterday about a federal court ruling, the Associated Press erroneously reported that a judge dismissed a lawsuit challenging the Army's right to force soldiers to serve past the dates of their enlistments. Instead, the judge rejected Spc. David Qualls' request for a preliminary injunction that would have removed him from active duty. He and seven other soldiers had filed suit challenging their active duty extensions. That remains before the court.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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