Why is the first weather satellite described as a “minor revolution” in paragraph 4?
It watches the human observers.
It replaces human observers.
It provided extra forecasts.
It forecast the weather in space.
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Question: Why was the first weather satellite described as a “minor revolution” in paragraph 4?
Answer B: It replaces the observer.
The remaining answers:
A. It tracks observers.
C. It provides additional forecasts.
D. It predicts the weather in space.
Information in the article:
… the first of which was launched into space forty years ago and was a minor revolution in the science of forecasting, up until then, forecasters had relied on human observers to provide details of developing weather systems.
The first weather satellite was launched into space nearly 40 years ago and was a small revolution in prediction science. Until then, predictors rely solely on observers to provide the details to develop weathering systems.