I saw on Science Channel that the expansion of the Universe, distance between galaxies was specified, is occuring faster than speed of light. 1.If this is the case, relative to Milkyway, other galaxies must be moving away faster than speed of light? - must there be a time dilation between galaxies? - is perception of an earth hour observed from the Andromeda galaxy, for instance, different from here in Milkyway? 2.Does this rate of expansion affect my perception of the speed of light via the time dilation; I think what I mean is this rate a factor in perception of speed of light? 3.Is it strange that something moving away faster than the speed of light can be viewed at all?