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Electromagnetic waves can travel through space without a medium.

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no, it travels through space without any medium


Electromagnetic waves do not require a medium.


there are no waves that can travel without a medium, that why waves don't exsist in space.


Electromagnetic Waves can travel through space without any material medium.


Light waves, like all electromagnetic waves, travel without a medium, so they can travel through empty space. Sound waves, on the other hand, do require a medium to travel or propagate; therefore, they can not travel through empty space.


No, it does not. It can travel through any open space. Sound, unlike light, needs a medium to travel. So light can travel through outer space but sound cannot because there is no medium.


Travel through empty space without a physical medium.


a medium. but longitudinal waves do not have to travel through a medium. This is why transverse waves cannot vibrate through space.a medium. but longitudinal waves do not have to travel through a medium. This is why transverse waves cannot vibrate through space.


An electromagnetic wave (this includes light) does not require a physical medium - it can travel through empty space.An electromagnetic wave (this includes light) does not require a physical medium - it can travel through empty space.An electromagnetic wave (this includes light) does not require a physical medium - it can travel through empty space.An electromagnetic wave (this includes light) does not require a physical medium - it can travel through empty space.


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 does not travel through space because sound needs medium to travel..


Electromagnet waves so they can travel through space.


Thermal energy in the form of infrared radiation can travel without a medium because the wave is transverse. Its the same thing as the sun's light traveling through space to strike the earth, light does not need a medium to propogate.


Sound waves require a medium to travel through to propagate from point A to point B. In space there is no such medium, so sound does not travel in space.


No - unless you call empty space the "medium".


Because they are waves that do not require a medium through which to propagate. Space is a vacuum with no medium. For instance, sound waves need air through which to travel.


A sound wave cannot travel through space because there is no air in space. Without a medium such as air, you can't hear sounds


Sound can travel through any medium. If you remove the medium you would end up with a vacuum. It is in vacuums that sound cannot travel as it needs a medium to travel (it travels as a compression wave or shear wave). Space is almost a perfect vacuum so sound is unable to travel through space.


In outer space there is no air medium for travelling of sound waves.so it is impossible for sound to travel through outer space ..!!


Sound waves cannot travel without a medium. Therefore, any big explosions in space cannot be heard. Light waves can travel without a medium.


Sound waves need a medium to travel through - the medium may be solid, liquid, or gaseous. Electromagnetic waves (including light) can also travel through empty space.


No. Sound requires a medium through which it can travel. Since space is near a vacuum, there is no medium for sound.


Yes, mechanical waves do need a medium in order to travel. Other waves, such as light, do not (thus they can travel through space).


NO! Seismic waves can't travel through space. They are mechanical waves. Mechanical waves require going through mediums and there isn't a medium in space.


Sound won't travel in space because it has no medium to go through.