Q. 65 B3.8( 24 Votes )
How do astronauts talk to one another on the surface of moon and why?
The astronauts have sound transmitting devices in the helmets they wear which help them exchange sound waves with one-another. This is because moon does not have any atmosphere and sound its does not have any medium for sound to travel as sound does not travel in vacuum.
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