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# At what speed do electromagnetic waves travel?

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the speed of light
speed of light

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## Related Questions

All electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of light.

Electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of light in a vacuum, which is the the way energy travels from the Sun to the Earth.

All electromagnetic waves travel at the same speed.

All electromagnetic waves travel at the same speed in a vacuum -- the speed of light.

Yes, All electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of light through a vacuum.

All electromagnetic waves travel through space at the "speed of light". Light is one form of electromagnetic waves.

All electromagnetic waves travel through vacuum at the same speed.All electromagnetic waves travel the same speed (speed of light) in a vacuum.

Light is an electromagnetic wave. Electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of light. Electric and magnetic waves don't travel on their own - the wave travels as a combined electric and magnetic wave.

All electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of light in a vacuum.

Like all other electromagnetic waves, they travel at the speed of light.

Radio-waves, like light, are electromagnetic waves and hence travel at the speed of light.

They are electromagnetic waves, so they travel at the speed of light, 3.0 x 108m/s.

A vacuum doesn't travel. All electromagnetic wavestravel at the same speed in vacuum.

Electromagnetic waves travel through space at the speed of light, c= 300 M m/s or 600 M Knots.

Yes. The light is an example of a electromagnetic wave and its speed is constant.

Electromagnetic waves are, by definition, light. So they travel at the exact same speed as light.Also, a "Do" would be appropriate here, instead of an "IS".

Any of them, in a vacuum. They all travel at the speed of light.

They travel at the same speed of light that is 299,792,458 msec-1

Radio (and TV) waves are part of the electromagnetic spectrum and as such travel at the speed of light.

Yes. At least, in a vacuum they do; in air they travel at a very similar speed.

they all have the same speed at which they travel

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