Light reflection from edge of universe

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tif we presume that our finite universe has a boundry. This boundry is due to the pull of gravity. Light will slow down and then come back to us. 'i may be absolutely wrong in this'. My question is that the light we see will be from the stars surface that doesnt face us and star moving away from us as it hasnt reached the boundry yet. What will be the red shift value of this light.
 

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There is no boundary!!!!
 
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jim mcnamara
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The universe has no edge or "center".
 
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i guess it has event horizon that is like an edge
 
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This is turning into speculation piling on more speculation.
 

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