Supernovae Noise

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nexius

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When an depth charge goes off in the ocean you can hear it with your ears. When a star blows up can you hear it with a radio telescope or does it produce sound? I'm not sure about waves and how far they travel but im guessing that if it did make sound it would take much longer then light to get to us since speed of sound is much slower then speed of light
 
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