Maybe this question (in fact I have a few of them) is naive but nevertheless, let me try to ask it: it is concerning the furthest regions of our universe.
Is the Hubble telescope capable to observe the image of the surface of the last scattering? If not-will the James Webb Telescope be able to observe it? Imagine some picture like an extreme deep field (which was taken by Hubble telescope) which actually reach to the surface of the last scattering: how this surface would be visible in this picture? And finally-what happens when the time passes-since the surface of the last scattering is receding from us-would we be able to observe some new galactics, previously unseen for us?