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Does sound travel in outer space?

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No, sound cannot travel through vacuum.

There is no matter in vacuum and therefore nothing that vibrates to transmit sounds.

Besides, if it did, the universe would be an extremely noisy place. And you'd hear the noise that black holes make (which is kind of like a "fweeeeeeet").

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