A variety of engineers and scientists, including NIAC fellows, speculate that tiny chip-scale space- craft will constitute meaningful sensor platforms in the coming decades. The NASA Technology 6 Roadmap supports this possibility in the late 2020's. This gravimetry concept represents a mean- ingful step towards that goal. Specifically, this concept benefits from, but does not explicitly require, extremely small probes. Size is relevant because it dictates the number of probes that can be carried for a given payload mass and volume. This research addresses the nontrivial challenge of storing and deploying dozens of compact probes without interfering with the spacecraft bus or adding a risk of future collision. Even for missions unrelated to gravimetry, this research will result in a well-tested dispenser that could be equipped with alternate tiny payloads. For example, the current instantiation of the dispensed containers (ÒsabotsÓ) could house the Sprites contained in the recent KickSat experiment. Each Sprite consists of solar cells, a radio, and a gyroscope, all integrated onto a single circuit board. With this in mind, it is not unreasonable to see a path forward for deployed magnetometers, bolometers, dust counters, etc.