As it turns out, no. Humans can only hear certain kinds of sounds, and these radio waves are out of our range. This theory explains how you could see a shooting star and hear it at the same time even though light waves are so much faster than sound waves: sound waves arent the waves traveling to your ears.
Can there be shooting stars without an announcement?
Shooting Stars Come Without Announcement Usually, Isabelle will let you know that there will be shooting stars during the island-wide announcement. However, you can still see a shooting star without an announcement.
Do stars make noise when they explode?
Sound itself can only be transmitted through a medium and so in space we cannot hear a supernova. However since a supernova is a giant explosion triggered by the final death throes of a massive star, if we could hear it, we would hear an incredibly loud blast.