No sound does not travel in space. sound must travel through a medium. Space is a vacuum, no air. So therefore without air the sound waves cannot travel.
Sound would travel in the moon's atmosphere if the moon had any atmosphere, but since it hasn't, it doesn't.
The moon's atmosphere is negligible. So, it is as good as saying that the moon does not have an atmosphere.Hence, sound does not travel through it.
An atmosphere. Sound cannot travel in a vacuum.
Sound can travel on the moon because there is no atmosphere. Space is a vacuum that does not allow sound to travel.
No. Sound waves are transmitted by the physical vibrations of matter, and there is no matter to speak of beyond our atmosphere. Oh yeah? What about dark matter? No-one knows whether sound would travel through outer space because it is impossible to test. Certainly, sound doesn't travel in a vacuum, but space is not a vacuum.
I do not mean to sound rude or patronising but air IS the atmosphere.
Sound can travel through water, metal, rock and air, so the atmosphere isn't strictly needed for sound transmission.
sound cant travel on an asteroid because it has no atmosphere. it could travel through it.
Tempurature makes sound travel slowly. If it is cold outside sound travels slowly and if it is hot outside sound travels quickly.
Sound waves travel through matter. Our atmosphere is a mixture of gases which is a form of matter. Sound waves will travel through our atmosphere, even if there is no human ear to receive it.
There is no atmosphere in outer space for sound to travel though. You can not have sound in empty space.
One cannot hear sound on an asteroid since it has no atmosphere, but sound can travel though an asteroid's surface.
Thunder is the sound of the lightening cracking the sound barrier as it is breaking through the earths atmosphere.
It doesn't travel at all. Sound needs something to travel in, atmosphere, liquid, or solid - but space is vacuum. Hence no speed for sound in space.
NOTHING there is no atmosphere on the moon therefore sound cannot travel
There is no sound on the moon. W/o atmosphere there's no way sound can travel.
No. On Earth, we can hear things by the vibrations of the atmosphere being converted into tiny electrical impulses by the vibration of our ear drums. Beyond our atmosphere, there isn't enough mass to carry any vibration.
The moon has no atmosphere at all. That's why sound won't travel there. If there were anyatmosphere ... especially one with particles in it ... then sound could move around just fine.
For sound to travel, a certain amount of molecules per unit of space are required. In space (that is, outside the atmosphere) -specifically the space between the Earth and the moon- this threshold is not met, so there is no sound. The answer to this question is "Not Applicable."
Since the moon has little to no atmosphere, sound cannot move as it has no medium to travel thru.
Sound can only travel through air. Since the satellite is in orbit above the atmosphere, there is no air to transmit the sound in the vacuum of that space.
it is travels better outside because of air space
Yes. However, it can't travel through the Moon's atmosphere to any perceptible degree, as the Moon's atmosphere is a pretty good vacuum.
waves of pressure, kind of like ripples in a pond
sound most likely can't travel through the universe if it does have an atmosphere,but it actually can travel around in other parts and other spaces around the universe>>>>>!