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Can faster than light communication give us the ability to see in the past, that is to say, if we can imagine a ultra huge highly advance telescope 60 light minutes away from earth and we want to look back 1 minute in past, we send the coordinates faster than light to the telescope and the telescope can then focus at that place?

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Theres a mirror on the moon, so you can see 2 seconds in the past just by looking at it without anything faster than light.

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