No! While it's true that the Space Shuttle travels many times faster
than the speed of sound, the shuttle is traveling in a near vacuum (where there
is an absence of matter). For sound to travel, there must be something to carry
the vibrations—such as air. Because there's virtually nothing in space across
which sound can be conducted, no shock waves are made and no sonic booms are
created. In fact, it's completely silent out there!