Clementine was the name of an unmanned space vehicle launched as a joint project by NASA and the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (funding was by NASA and the US Navy…). Its 1994 mission was in large part a test of the effects of long-term deep-space exposure on the spacecraft and its sensors, but its best-known contribution was the first up-close and extensive surveying of the surface of the moon. It made headlines when its survey of the lunar south pole strongly suggested the possibility of water ice on the moon, a theory backed up by the later Lunar Prospector at the lunar north pole, and confirmed by the 2009 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's analysis of material ejected from a shadowed crater after a deliberate impact by the accompanying LCROSS vehicle. Clementine was also notable for being among the first of NASA's "faster, smaller, cheaper" unmanned missions. This paved the way for a new string of unmanned missions to the moon and Mars during the 1990s-2000s.
Clementine "drives her ducklings to the water" and then, she falls in to the water. "Rosy Lips above the water, blowing bubbles mighty fine,...then I lost my darling clement…ine. She had died and she was blowing bubbles, but her father didn't know how to swim so he couldn't help. A little girl who goes missing and is never found. In some versions she falls into a well and dies.
in the woods
Clementine Hunter's real name is Clemence Reuben Hunter.
Farm-hand, cook & housekeeper.
Temporary shelters as they had to move around following animal migrations and seasonal produce. The temporary shelters varied from caves to bark roofs, and just the open.
Clementine Hunter attended first grade for part of a year. When she was grown, she attended a few classes for adults, but she did not continue. She never learned to read or wr…ite. When she signed her paintings she put a C-H, since she could not even write her name. Her first language was Creole French, but she learned to speak English after she was grown. Art Shiver, editor of CLEMENTINE HUTNER: THE AFRICAN HOUSE MURALS and currently working on CLEMENTINE HUNTER: CANE RIVER ARTIST, a biography that will be published by LSU Press in 2012.
shelived in the chartwell house in great britain until she died
I think you are asking how many pictures did she paint? She painted thousands of pictures and did not start painting until she was in her 50s.
In Erin Hunter
Erin Hunter is actually 4 people: Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, and Tui Sutherland, along with editor Victoria Holmes. They are all still alive!
huters and killers live in the rainforest
because they could be sencing danger sted of hearing danger because then he knows hes safe