Subject: How would sound propagate through Mars' atmosphere?
Date: Wed Jan 4 20:21:59 2012
Posted by Chris
Grade level: undergrad
School: Lakeland Community College
City: Painesville State/Province: OH
Area of science: Physics
i.e., if the atmosphere is roughly 100 times thinner than ours, would sound
(say, from a home stereo system) then be roughly 100 times softer/less intense?
Would the vastly different atmospheric composition [as well as the persistent
dust] also affect the sound?
Re: How would sound propagate through Mars' atmosphere?
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