Then a probe of the archdiocese of Dublin ， over the three decades up to 2004 ， not only found widespread child abuse by priests but police collusion in hiding it.
The bombs were, first, the upper-stage booster of a probe called LCROSS (Lunar Crater Observation and SensingSatellite) and then, five minutes later, the LCROSS probe itself.
A probe that claims to measure either V-series circuits, frame-relay and/or ATM links will most likely provide less data than a probe designed for just one specific media.
Also make sure a probe is capable of collecting data even at the network near-saturation point, when visibility is most crucial.
Another idea under consideration is sending a probe that could hop from place to place on the lunar surface by restarting its landing rockets, which could lift the craft up to 100 meters above its original landing site and move it to another spot in the crater basin to hunt for ice.
Direct palpation with the fingers or indirect palpation with a probe is aimed at determining the size, consistency, temperature and sensitiveness of a lesion or organ.
A doctor used a probe to remove metal fragments from a wound.