How Is It Possible That The Universe Extends To 93 Billion Light-Years If It Is Only 13.8 Billion Years Old?

According to one existing theory, the Big Bang happened 13.8 billion years ago, and the most distant objects of space cannot be older than 13.8 billion years. It may seem that beyond this distance, we cannot observe anything, but the size of the observed universe is much larger and amounts to 93 billion light-years, that … Continue reading How Is It Possible That The Universe Extends To 93 Billion Light-Years If It Is Only 13.8 Billion Years Old?