What is the purpose of scientific probes?

Question

What is the purpose of scientific probes? 

A) They help astronomers see distant galaxies with the naked eye.

B) They enable ordinary citizens to make scientific observations.

C) They allow scientists to measure features such as flow rate and conductivity.

D) They teach meteorologists how to record air and wind pressure.

Answer

Option D, They teach meteorologists how to record air and wind pressure.

Explanation:

A probe is a device which is used to explore space and collect information.  It is an unpiloted device that consists of scientific equipment’s and instruments to study about the atmosphere , composition and other physical components of planets and others celestial bodies.  

A probe transmits information from space through radio. A probe must be able to collect information even from extreme environmental conditions.  

Hence, option D is correct.

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