Here on Earth the furthest object that can be seen with the naked eye is the Andromeda Galaxy at aprx. 2 million light years. And even that is not very easy to see.Obviously it is harder to see here on Earth in our light polluted skies and it would be easier to see in space. But even that difference I would think has to have some to limit. So my qestion is, if you were in intergalactic space say in a large void between galaxies in a galactic cluster or in a really large void between galactic clusters and you were floating along in a space suite, would you even be able to see any light at all ,Or would you find yourself floating in a seemingly pitch black endless void? Or, are our eyes sensitive enough that you could percieve galaxies or clusters of them as at least a blur of light from any distance.