Just wondering. The Hubble looks back 13 billion light years and photographs galaxies in their early formative stages not too long after the Big bang. Now lets say 13 billion years from now, if man and woman and galaxies are still alive, the version of the Hubble, in the year 13,000,002,010AD, looks back into the deep field like it has done recently. Will it now see those same galaxies, as they exist today, by our time, and which which can have no information about at this time, ...will they appear as full blown galaxies when the Hubble looks back 13 billion light years 13 billion years from now? and if it looks back 26 billion light years, what will it see? I know spacetime expansion is going to mess this question up, but once we believed in a static universe, so i'm wondering what Hubble would see 13 billion years from now when it looked back 26 billion light years in a say finite unbounded static universe, if you catch what I'm saying, which may not make sense. Thanks.