I have read that the object, the light of which is reached us in 13.8 billion years is actually about 46 billion light years away from us now, due to the expanding Universe.
Lets assume that we started to travel to the object which is at current time 13 billion light years away.
What happens after 13 billion years from the view of an observer on the Earth?
Will the traveller reach the destination?
If Yes, will he also (feel that he) spend 13 billion years?
If no, what will be distance from the Earth to the traveller and from the traveller to the destination?
As the Universe is expading in all directions, does it mean that Earth is moving away (from the view of the traveller) faster than the speed of light?