Why Is There No Sound in Space?

Answer

There is no sound in space. This is simply because sound consists of the vibration of air particles and there is no air in space. In space, there are some sources of sound such as the collision of asteroids and solar storms.
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1 Additional Answer
There is no sound in space because there is nothing for sound waves to bounce or vibrate off of to generate sound. On Earth, sound bounces or vibrates off of air. You can find more information here: http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/question.php?number=8
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