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Is it possible that there are newly formed galaxies which are moving so fast that we will can't see them, even though they exist "inside" our visible universe?
I've been wondering if this could be a thing, or if I'm misinterpreting one of the following ideas.
- The universe is expanding and thought to be accelerating.
- Galaxies past about 4,200 parsecs are expanding away from us faster than the speed of light.
- We are moving away from those galaxies at the same speed relative to them.
Is it possible for us to "outrun" the light from a distant galaxy, to the point where we either can't or will never see it? Something about this seems wrong, but I can't quite figure out what.