Any sound waves use a medium to travel along (on Earth the medium is Air, Water or any Solid.
A Vacuum, like Space, does not contain any particles; therefore sound waves have no medium through which to travel and thus Sound will NOT Travel (or be heard).More information
Sound or Sound Waves, are mechanical energy, and require a mechanical medium to propagate (or travel). That means that the medium must behave or respond in some mechanical way to conduct sound. Air or any liquid or solid will respond mechanically to the compression and refraction of a Sound Wave.
In a vacuum, there is no Mechanical Medium and so Nothing to be compressed, so no sound will travel.
Because sound, unlike light, needs a medium, usually air. In a vacuum, there is no air.
Sounds cannot trasvel in a vacuum because they have no medium in which they can travel through.
Sound travel through matter, trough the interaction of the electrical force between particles.
Vacuum is per definition empty of matter, so there is nothing for a sound wave to propagate trough.
Sound relies on the movement of atoms to propagate.
Sound is simply the vibration of atoms in the air but a vacuum contains no atoms so there are no atoms to vibrate and sound cannot travel.
The sound not travel through vacuum because sound need a medium to travel.
Sound cannot travel through a vacuum.
Zero. Sound cannot travel in a vacuum.
Sound will not travel in a vacuum, so zero.
Sound travel slowest in gas. Actually, it is not in vacuum. In Vacuum sound cannot travel at all.
It is told that sound cannot travel trough vacuum. Sound can only travel through medium.
Sound needs a medium to travel. Vacuum is no medium. Therefore there is no sound in vacuum.
Sound will not travel through a vacuum.
Space is a vacuum. Sound cannot travel in vacuum
Sound waves cannot travel in a vacuum.
Sound needs a medium through which to travel. It will not travel in a vacuum.
No. Since there is nothing sound can travel through, sound cannot travel.
sound can not be in a vacuum because a vacuum has no air. Sound needs a medium to travel though. :)
through a vacuum
Sound does not travel in a vacuum. It needs a medium in which to travel (unlike light) and so sound cannot travel in a vacuum. However, in a solid sound travels faster than in air.
An atmosphere. Sound cannot travel in a vacuum.
sound waves can't travel in a vacuum (space)
It does not. Sound needs particles to be transmitted. Vacuum does not have particles.
Sound does not travel through a vacuum.
No: worst. Sound cannot travel though a vacuum.
No. Sound is the vibration of air. Sound will not travel in a vacuum. Space is a vacuum