I don't get it. They telling us that the Webb space telescope will look far away from our home position deep into our observable Universe towards its outer rim about 13 Billion lyrs away where the first protostars and primordial galaxies where formed?
But essentially since our home is at the center of the observable Universe (i.e. observation sphere from our center position) why should these oldest celestial objects in our observable Universe be positioned at the rim of our observable Universe and not remained at the center?
Should not newer matter created on top of older matter like layers of an onion? As the onion grows and expands in space? Does this mean that the expansion of the Universe happened from the rim towards the center?
This is confusing.