How Can We Tell When Something Hits The Moon?

Artist’s conception of the March 17, 2013 lunar impact as seen from Earth. Image credit: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio

Artist’s conception of the March 17, 2013 lunar impact as seen from Earth. Image credit: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio

Sound notoriously is poorly transmitted in space; it’s a pressure wave, and there’s just not enough material floating around in space in order for that pressure to survive any distance in space. So anything that happens outside the confines of our little atmosphere is soundless...

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