X rays are generally absorbed high above the Earth as absorption by the atmosphere restricts the ground-based observation to the Radio. X-ray photons are tiny high energy packed electromagnetic radiation which can be encountered by individual atoms. In general, the particles in the atmosphere are widely spread, but the thickness of the atmosphere is larger. The X-ray Photons passing through the atmosphere can easily allow the atoms to pass through a thick wall of concrete.
The energy of the X-ray goes into breaking one of the electrons away from its orbit around the nucleus of nitrogen or an oxygen atom. The process is a photo-electric absorption as a photon is absorbed in the process of removing an electron from the atom. There are high energy X rays which are necessary for the photo-electric absorption which needs to take place. There are also Xray telescopes in orbits above the Earth’s atmosphere which collects the X rays from sources which are billions of light-years ahead. These cosmic x-ray focuses on barrel-shaped mirrors which allows the instrument to design and measure properties with incoming direction and energy of the photon.
Interestingly, the reason that makes radio waves abundant is the reason why it is harder to use the light. As their sizes are not accurate, we have reading difficulties which can make the larger telescope employ. There is also a very accurate reading which can allow them to read them properly and bring back the correct data. One way to calculate this is by ensuring that the trajectory is calculated with accuracy one of the principles for searching the radio sources.
The X-ray is inevitably absorbed as its wavelength is smaller than the atom. X rays have a higher tendency to be absorbed by the particles which need ionised radiation. Radio waves do not have the right energy, which can make the changes that is required in an atom which can be passed through any nature of light. There is a lot of radio waves which can easily send a lot of wave photons which is the same as emitting an X-ray photon
X-ray photons generally travel along the path which can allow the photons to be absorbed by a molecular freeway. When the beam of a molecular free path from the top of the atmosphere travels, most of it incorporated in the atmosphere as some travels and got through the right source. The photons are generally absorbed and when it comes to assimilating into the bones one of the most common factors to count is the fact that bones are dense and does not allows atoms the path to move through.