Why can not we get the sound of solar flares?

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Because sound requires a medium to travel and there is only empty space.

The sound  is a pressure wave: matter compresses and expands, and moves well. Requires, therefore, a material medium: air, water, land can transmit sound. But the space is almost completely empty, and hence there is no material to compress and transmit a sound wave.

However, through the space can travel the waves  electromagnetic, and particulate emissions generated in an explosion solar. That’s what we get: light in about 8 minutes, the time it takes to travel the 150 million miles between us and the Sun-particles (or solar wind) in four days.

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