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The wiki article on the Hubble volume says that the Hubble volume is often confused with the limit of the observable universe. This thread: When will the Hubble volume coincide with the volume of the observable Universe? seems somewhat inclusive and is related, but not identical. Is it possible for us to see beyond the Hubble sphere? I would think it isn't because it makes no sense if you think about seeing something which is receding faster than light. I think that light from us will never reach the body, and hence will never reflect off the body to come back to us. But apparently it works somehow.
My focus is upon the counter-intuitive nature of the Hubble Volume's definition, rather than the actual equations which describe the furthest point identifiable.