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Encyclopedia > Clementine (disambiguation)

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Clementine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (298 words)
A clementine or mandarin (Commonwealth Nation) is the fruit of Citrus reticulata, and may be a cross between a mandarin orange and an orange created by the Algerian priest Pierre Clément in 1902.
Clementines are sometimes mistaken for tangerines, but the clementine has a thinner and more easily removed skin, a sweeter fruit, and very few seeds.
Clementines have been available in Europe for many years, but the market for them in the United States was made only a few years ago, when the harsh 1997 winter in Florida devastated domestic oranges production pushing up price and lowering availability.
moon - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com (3901 words)
Clementine's images were taken during the northern Lunar hemisphere's summer season, and it remains unknown whether these four mountains are shaded at any point during their local winter season.
The results of the Clementine mission suggested that small, frozen pockets of water ice (remnants of water-rich comet impacts) may be embedded unmelted in the permanently shadowed regions of the lunar crust.
Clementine has mapped (http://www.lpi.usra.edu/research/clemen/clemen.html) craters at the lunar south pole (http://www.lpi.usra.edu/research/clemen/2polar.gif) which are shadowed in this way.
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