Light waves do, but sound waves cannot, because in space is no medium to carry the vibration. Radio, TV and others can travel in space also.
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.
Waves that can travel through an empty space are called electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves can travel though empty space. Sound waves can travel through matter.
Only non mechanical waves such as electromagetic waves can travel through empty space.
Radio waves travel through empty space because they are electromagnetic waves, whereas sound is a wave that must travel through air.
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.
You could have light waves, ultra violate waves, infrared waves and radio waves travel through empty space.
Waves that rely on a medium may not travel through space. These would include longitudinal waves, shear waves, and sound waves.
Any electromagnetic waves can travel through empty space.
water waves travel through water and light waves travel through a vacuum (in space)
Gravity waves travel as small distortions in space and time.
Sound waves travel through matter. The only thing it doesn't travel through is vacuums or outer space.
Sound waves cannot travel through space.
Any electromagnetic wave can travel through space, and they all do.
Electromagnetic Waves can travel through space without any material medium.
No. Electromagnetic waves travel through vacuum ( ie space where there is nothing)
sound waves can not travel through space since they use the air around us to move.
All electromagnetic waves travel through space at the "speed of light". Light is one form of electromagnetic waves.
Sound waves have to travel through something. Space is a vacuum without any air for the waves to travel through. Sound cannot travel in a vacuum.
Since space is a vacuum, sound waves do not travel through space. Sound waves need a substance to travel through, since there is nothing in a vacuum, sound waves have nothing to travel through. Thus, a cymbal struck in space would not make an audible sound.
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.