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Who is recognized as one of the greatest physicists of all time

Which scientist used his knowledge of astronomy to publish a popular almanac

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Q: How fast does light travel through space in miles per hour?
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What speed does light travel through space?

299,792,458 meters (186,282 miles) per second.

What type of material can travel through space?

Sound and Light can travel through space.

Can light travel through space?

Light can travel through space. All the light that we get on the earth's surface; usually travels from the sun through space before it can reach here.

What parts of space can light waves travel through?

Light can travel through any parts of space, there is no part that it is excluded from.

What do light rays need to travel through space?

If light rays did not travel through space there would be no way for them to reach Earth.

Does light need a medium through which to travel?

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.

What materials can light travel through faster than it travels through air?

Light travels fastest through space which has no air. Space is a vacuum which is the fastest way for light to travel.

What does light travel through best empty space or matter?

Light travels fastest through empty space.

What speed do electromagnetic energy travel through space?

186,000 miles or 300,000,000 meters per second. The speed of light.

What are waves that travel through space at the speed of light called?

All electromagnetic waves travel through space at the "speed of light". Light is one form of electromagnetic waves.

What is waves that can travel through empty space?


What can travel through space and in all directions?