Friday, June 4, 2004; Page A02
A photo caption with a June 3 Business article on Enron Corp. incorrectly said that the Prisma Energy International power plant pictured is in Poland. It is in the Dominican Republic.
The Design column in the May 29 Style section misidentified Richard Moe, head of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. His title is president, not director, and he does not use a middle initial.
A May 27 Metro article about a missing World War II pilot misstated the number of U.S. servicemen missing in action in World War II. The correct number is 78,000, not 113,000.
A May 24 Style article misstated the height of Michelangelo's "David." The statue is about 17 feet tall.
A May 24 Science Notebook item described a newly discovered asteroid that circles the sun in 184 days as having the fastest orbit of any known object in the solar system. It has the fastest orbit of any non-planetary object, but Mercury orbits the sun in 88 days.
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