Q&A: General Astronomy and Space Science
Do you have any images or data that show that there is a discrepancy in location of any objects (especially galaxies) between X-Rays and optical/radio wavelengths?
Sometimes there are apparent discrepancies between the positions of objects
in different wavelengths, but this is caused by an error in calculating the
position. In many cases you see different things in different wavelengths,
e.g. in a galaxy you tend to see hot gas and hot, accreting stars in X-rays
and cool gas and normal, cooler stars in optical light.