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No. Both travel at exactly the same speed. The speed of light.

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Q: X-rays travel in vacuum at a higher speed than the visible light?
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They travel much, much faster than that.


Can visible light travel faster in a vacuum than both xrays and radio waves?

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Is the visible light spectrum between radar waves and xrays?

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