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Topic Title: sound in space
Topic Summary: can you hear it? why, or why not? serious question for the weekend...
Created On: 09/04/2021 04:54 PM
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 sound in space   - StirfryMcflurry - 09/04/2021 04:54 PM  
 sound in space   - tom - 09/05/2021 06:35 PM  
 sound in space   - CurtisEflush - 09/06/2021 09:26 AM  
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CurtisEflush

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Unless you're looking for trick answers, then generally no. If you're thinking of something that causes a listener to perceive some neurologic stimulus as sound, like people experiencing synesthesia, then maybe. But not the traditional propagation of sound, which creates internal/external pressure differences that cause the eardrum to deflect. If you were in low-earth orbit, and earth exploded, then some of its atmosphere might blast past you and cause those audible pressure differences. Were you looking for an answer in a different context?

Additional consideration: If you opened up your ear to the vacuum of space, the rest of your body would probably spew out through the hole, due to the relative pressure a spacesuit would be applying to keep the rest of your body functioning.

Edited: 09/06/2021 at 06:36 PM by CurtisEflush
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