Bounds are given on the mean time taken by a strong Markov process to visit all of a finite collection of subsets of its state space. These bounds are specialized to Brownian motion on the surface of the unit sphere $\Sigma_p$ in $R^p$. This leads to bounds on the mean time taken by this Brownian motion to come within a distance $\varepsilon$ of every point on the sphere and bounds on the mean time taken to come within $\varepsilon$ of every point or its opposite. The second case is related to the Grand Tour, a technique of multivariate data analysis that involves a search of low-dimensional projections. In both cases the bounds are asymptotically tight as $\varepsilon \rightarrow 0$ on $\Sigma_p$ for $p \geq 4$.
Peter Matthews. "Covering Problems for Brownian Motion on Spheres." Ann. Probab. 16 (1) 189 - 199, January, 1988. https://doi.org/10.1214/aop/1176991894