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14th Sep '16 8:36:59 PM KatanaCat
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* How about ''{{Transformers}}'' talking while on the moon or flying around in space?

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* How about ''{{Transformers}}'' talking can talk while on the moon or flying around in space? space.


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Bubbled", the characters spend much of the episode talking in a vacuum. The episode in general is a case of SpaceDoesNotWorkThatWay, complete with the titular magic bubble bouncing through an AsteroidThicket like a pinball.
10th Sep '16 11:25:19 PM DustSnitch
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* {{Lampshaded}} and then {{Justified|Trope}} in ''VideoGame/EveOnline'', the PC MMORPG. Space is filled with many wondrous sounds, but the game itself acknowledges that there is no sound in space. It justifies the presence of audio in the vacuum by saying that your ship's computer renders the sounds of activities in space in order to create a more reactive environment for the pilot to operate in. Indeed, the in-universe explanation mentions that early capsule technology ''lacked'' any sound, just like "real" space... and the operators found this to be ''[[NightmareFuel profoundly disturbing]]'' since they could lack auditory stimulation for hours at a time. Therefore the ship provides sound in space to help you [[GoMadFromTheRevelation not go crazy]]. ([[CrapsackWorld er.]]) In space, nobody can hear you scream, but their on-board computer can synthesize the sound for their listening pleasure. Eve is that kind of game.

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* {{Lampshaded}} and then {{Justified|Trope}} in ''VideoGame/EveOnline'', the PC MMORPG. Space is filled with many wondrous sounds, but the game itself acknowledges that there is no sound in space. It justifies the presence of audio in the vacuum by saying that your ship's computer renders the sounds of activities in space in order to create a more reactive environment for the pilot to operate in. Indeed, the in-universe explanation mentions that early capsule technology ''lacked'' any sound, just like "real" space... and the operators found this to be ''[[NightmareFuel profoundly disturbing]]'' ''profoundly disturbing'' since they could lack auditory stimulation for hours at a time. Therefore the ship provides sound in space to help you [[GoMadFromTheRevelation not go crazy]]. ([[CrapsackWorld er.]]) In space, nobody can hear you scream, but their on-board computer can synthesize the sound for their listening pleasure. Eve is that kind of game.
8th Sep '16 5:05:45 PM MrNickelodeon
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* ''Ride/SpaceMountain'' at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks has numerous sounds being heard in the vacuum of space, whether it be the sound of asteroids, the rockets themselves, or a terrifying nebula ghost.
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5th Sep '16 8:39:41 AM DoomTay
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* ''Film/RobotJox'': This {{MadeOfExplodium}} {{HumongousMecha}} {{XtremeKoolLetterz}} B-movie features a climactic battle where robots (with no legitimate reason to be space-capable) spontaneously launch themselves into orbit [[spoiler: only to blow your mind by AVERTING the trope! If you are watching for the first time and haven't heard about the blatant aversion, this singular nod to realism is so jarring you may literally fall out of your chair.]]

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* ''Film/RobotJox'': This {{MadeOfExplodium}} {{HumongousMecha}} {{XtremeKoolLetterz}} MadeOfExplodium HumongousMecha XtremeKoolLetterz B-movie features a climactic battle where robots (with no legitimate reason to be space-capable) spontaneously launch themselves into orbit [[spoiler: only to blow your mind by AVERTING the trope! If you are watching for the first time and haven't heard about the blatant aversion, this singular nod to realism is so jarring you may literally fall out of your chair.]]
14th Aug '16 1:06:30 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** Averted in the space portion of the ''VideoGame/HaloReach'' mission "Long Night of Solace", where the sound effects are muted except for "space wind". Inverted when you get inside the Covenant corvette.

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** Averted Played with in the space portion of the ''VideoGame/HaloReach'' mission "Long Night of Solace", where the sound effects are muted except for "space wind". Inverted when you get inside the Covenant corvette. Space is also muted in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'' when you're on the outside of the ''Forward Unto Dawn''.
14th Aug '16 1:05:30 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Oddly enough, even though it's high up on the Science Fiction Hardness Scale, ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' does this. The (foot) battle in space even violated canon!

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
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Oddly enough, even though it's the series is relatively high up on the Science Fiction Hardness Scale, ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' does this. The (foot) battle in space even violated canon!what was depicted in earlier canon!
** Averted in the space portion of the ''VideoGame/HaloReach'' mission "Long Night of Solace", where the sound effects are muted except for "space wind". Inverted when you get inside the Covenant corvette.



* Averted in the space portion of the ''VideoGame/HaloReach'' mission "Long Night of Solace", where the sound effects are muted except for "space wind". Inverted when you get inside the Covenant corvette.
12th Aug '16 3:59:58 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'' actually goes to some lengths to justify everyone being able to hear the main characters' singing while in space. Basara's Valkyrie is armed with "speaker pods" rather than normal ammunition, which burrow into an enemy ship's cockpit, seal themselves in (preventing decompression), and then start transmitting his music. Later, after they figure out that Basara's singing is being used as a medium to transmit his "anima spiritia", they instead build machines that are able to harness this spiritia and transmit it as coherent energy beams (labelled "Song Energy" by their inventor), which also seem able to carry sound waves through vacuum. Later ''Macross'' series justify it as the music being propagated through Fold Waves, usually with Fold Quartz or Fold Bacteria around to pick up said waves.

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* ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'' actually goes to some lengths to justify everyone being able to hear the main characters' singing while in space. Basara's Valkyrie is armed with "speaker pods" rather than normal ammunition, which burrow into an enemy ship's cockpit, seal themselves in (preventing decompression), and then start transmitting his music. Later, after they figure out that Basara's singing is being used as a medium to transmit his "anima spiritia", they instead build machines that are able to harness this spiritia and transmit it as coherent energy beams (labelled "Song Energy" by their inventor), which also seem able to carry sound waves through vacuum. Later ''Macross'' series justify it as the music being propagated through Fold Waves, usually with Fold Quartz or Fold Bacteria around to pick up said waves.waves and translate them into sound.
12th Aug '16 3:56:06 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'' actually goes to some lengths to justify everyone being able to hear the main characters' singing while in space. Basara's Valkyrie is armed with "speaker pods" rather than normal ammunition, which burrow into an enemy ship's cockpit, seal themselves in (preventing decompression), and then start transmitting his music. Later, after they figure out that Basara's singing is being used as a medium to transmit his "anima spiritia", they instead build machines that are able to harness this spiritia and transmit it as coherent energy beams (labelled "Song Energy" by their inventor), which also seem able to carry sound waves through vacuum.

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* ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'' actually goes to some lengths to justify everyone being able to hear the main characters' singing while in space. Basara's Valkyrie is armed with "speaker pods" rather than normal ammunition, which burrow into an enemy ship's cockpit, seal themselves in (preventing decompression), and then start transmitting his music. Later, after they figure out that Basara's singing is being used as a medium to transmit his "anima spiritia", they instead build machines that are able to harness this spiritia and transmit it as coherent energy beams (labelled "Song Energy" by their inventor), which also seem able to carry sound waves through vacuum. Later ''Macross'' series justify it as the music being propagated through Fold Waves, usually with Fold Quartz or Fold Bacteria around to pick up said waves.
8th Aug '16 7:29:00 AM JackG
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** Likewise tension is built up during the dive onto the drill by having the away team eject from the shuttle [[MoodWhiplash into complete silence]], then slowly adding sound as the atmosphere gets thicker.
4th Aug '16 12:57:59 PM LongLiveHumour
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** The otherwise superb ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek TOS]]'' episode "Balance of Terror" has both the Romulan and the Enterprise crews go into {{silent running mode}} (the episode draws on submarine dramas) and ''whispering'' so they will not alert the enemy.
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