Hi, my knowledge in astronomy is very little. So pardon me if my thinking becomes stupid. All the galaxies are moving away from one another with acceleration. The more distant they are, the more acceleration they have. Acceleration implies increase of velocity. So my point is that if the galaxies have accelerated motion, then very far away there may be some galaxies which have already crossed the velocity of light, c. I mean they may be moving faster than light right now! Is it correct? My second point is our milky way has also accelerated motion as all the galaxies are moving away form one another. So, in future some day, its velocity will also cross the velocity of light. I don’t know whether those predictions stated above are correct or wrong. Any help will be highly appreciated.