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Since the moon has little to no atmosphere, sound cannot move as it has no medium to travel thru.
Take 200 divide by 20!
To travel where? - That would depend on the distance you want it to travel. In air, sound moves at about 310 meters per second (depends on the temperature). This is about 1,236 kilometers per hour (or 768 mph).
Depends on the relative density of the Aluminum, the frequency of the sound impulse, the decibel level of the sound impulse, and lastly the temperature of the Aluminum.Lastly, Who has an Aluminum rod 1500 meters long?
It wouldn't travel at all. Sound can't travel in a vacum. (Translation: Sound can't travel in outer space.)
It will take 3.3 seconds to travel 44 meters at 48kph.
There is no sound in space.
The second (stressed) syllable of away has a long "a" sound.
Yes, sound can travel through most mediums effectively, as long as the amplitude and frequency of the sound wave is great enough.
The second A has a long A sound. In the homophone "aweigh" it is the EIGH or more specifically the EI that has the long A sound.