I have just found this paper that states the universe is expanding faster the further we look back, Different than the Hubble measured.? https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/01/170126132624.htm The new measurement is completely independent of -- but in excellent agreement with -- other measurements of the Hubble constant in the local Universe that used Cepheid variable stars and supernovae as points of reference heic1611. However, the value measured by Suyu and her team, as well as those measured using Cepheids and supernovae, are different from the measurement made by the ESA Planck satellite . But there is an important distinction -- Planck measured the Hubble constant for the early Universe by observing the cosmic microwave background. Thanks in advance.