Various wavelengths of solar EM radiation penetrate Earth's atmosphere to various depths. Fortunately for us, all of the high energy X-rays and most UV is filtered out long before it reaches the ground. Much of the infrared radiation is also absorbed by our atmosphere far above our heads. Most radio waves do make it to the ground, along with a narrow "window" of IR, UV, and visible light frequencies.
Image courtesy STCI/JHU/NASA.