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30th Jan '18 10:43:20 AM smasll_lordvoice
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** Like the ''Attack of the Clones'' example above, ''Film/TheLastJedi'' briefly averts this for artistic purposes when [[spoiler: Admiral Holdo rams the ''Raddus'' into Snoke's flaship at '''lightspeed'']]. The scene is dead silent for about ten seconds, and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome absolutely spectacular]] as a result.
14th Jan '18 2:43:08 PM Griffonmender
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* From the [[UsefulNotes/{{NASA}} Apollo Program]], there's an example of [[http://web.archive.org/web/20160402053419/http://blog.moonzoo.org:80/2011/07/18/sounds-on-the-moon/ hammer sounds on the Moon]]. Which may have been conducted through through the ground, the astronaut, and into the mic. Solids are media too!

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* From the [[UsefulNotes/{{NASA}} Apollo Program]], there's an example of [[http://web.archive.org/web/20160402053419/http://blog.moonzoo.org:80/2011/07/18/sounds-on-the-moon/ hammer sounds on the Moon]]. Which may have been conducted through through the ground, the astronaut, and into the mic. Solids are media too!
4th Jan '18 5:36:32 PM nightelf37
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** As explained [[http://darthsanddroids.net/episodes/0171.html in a different]] ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' strip (or to be exact, the notes), in the novelisation of ''A New Hope'', which predated even the movie itself, there is a justification for this explained by Han Solo to Luke Skywalker.
--> '''Han:''' Your sensors'll give you an audio simulation for a rough idea of where those fighters are when they're not on your screen. It'll sound like they're right there in the turret with you.
12th Dec '17 9:42:47 AM EToEyePieNegativeOne
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* From the [[UsefulNotes/{{NASA}} Apollo Program]], there's an example of [[http://blogs.zooniverse.org/moonzoo/2011/07/18/sounds-on-the-moon/ hammer sounds on the Moon]]. Which may have been conducted through through the ground, the astronaut, and into the mic. Solids are media too!

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* From the [[UsefulNotes/{{NASA}} Apollo Program]], there's an example of [[http://blogs.zooniverse.org/moonzoo/2011/07/18/sounds-on-the-moon/ [[http://web.archive.org/web/20160402053419/http://blog.moonzoo.org:80/2011/07/18/sounds-on-the-moon/ hammer sounds on the Moon]]. Which may have been conducted through through the ground, the astronaut, and into the mic. Solids are media too!
12th Dec '17 9:40:12 AM EToEyePieNegativeOne
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* Even mighty NASA, it seems, [[http://lcross.arc.nasa.gov/audio/MissionOverview-HQversions.web.mov falls victim to this trope]]. Rocket noise and separation charges and so forth. They even seem to have launched up a record player along with it. There's air ''inside'' the ship, obviously. At least one documentary has explosions producing sound effects in space, though probably for dramatic effect.

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* Even mighty NASA, it seems, [[http://lcross.[[http://web.archive.org/web/20130607132523/http://lcross.arc.nasa.gov/audio/MissionOverview-HQversions.web.mov falls victim to this trope]]. Rocket noise and separation charges and so forth. They even seem to have launched up a record player along with it. There's air ''inside'' the ship, obviously. At least one documentary has explosions producing sound effects in space, though probably for dramatic effect.
12th Dec '17 12:35:31 AM EToEyePieNegativeOne
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** In some episodes of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', it gets ridiculous at times. One season 4 episode shows the Enterprise in orbit above Tasha Yar's home planet. Suddenly, there's an explosion on the surface. The bridge crew was monitoring the planet through the main viewer, and you can hear the explosion. Somehow the sound of the explosion made it up the atmosphere, through space, and through the hull of the ship so it could be heard inside the bridge.

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** In some episodes of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', it gets ridiculous at times. One The season 4 episode "Legacy" shows the Enterprise in orbit above Tasha Yar's home planet. Suddenly, there's an explosion on the surface.of a ship in orbit. The bridge crew was monitoring the planet through the main viewer, and you can hear the explosion. Somehow the sound of the explosion made it up ''through the atmosphere, vaccum of space'' (or perhaps through a very thin outer atmosphere), through space, and through the hull of the ship so it could be heard inside the bridge.bridge. However this could be explained as a feature of the main viewer system itself, although if it is, it is selective.
10th Dec '17 12:07:31 AM DeepRed
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* In the 2-part Series/{{BUGS}} episode, "What Goes Up..."/"Must Come Down", Ed removes an unstable fuel cell from a space shuttle, and after jettisoning it into space, it's completely silent when it explodes.
3rd Dec '17 7:25:39 PM Rakked
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* Lampshaded in an editor's note in [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor #214]]:
-->Doubtless, there are those among you who will question the use of a sound effect in airless space. There are, of course, explanations for such an occurrence but we shall not bore you by relating them.
24th Nov '17 10:46:58 PM TheD3rp
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* Space in ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'' is not only noisy, it also seems to be explicitly filled with air because it has (get this) WIND IN SPACE!
** That's called solar wind and it is very much real.

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* Space in ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'' is not only noisy, it also seems to be explicitly filled with air because it has (get this) WIND IN SPACE!
** That's called solar wind
''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', sounds of lasers and it is very much real.explosions abound.
26th Sep '17 2:30:59 PM shokoshu
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* Discussed, parodied, lampshaded and finally wisely ignored in [[ComicBook/AmbushBug Ambush Bug]]. "They said there is no sound in space. George Lucas couldn't care less. Now he's a billionaire." <giant kaboom soundeffect>
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