If space is expanding then at at some point we must reach the point where it's expansion is faster than C. Do we know where that is? Is the expansion uniform or is it dependent on something like Dark Matter clusters? Is the expansion accelerating or decelerating at two fixed points? In addition, is this why it takes so long for light from distant galaxies to reach us? If light from distant galaxies was actually emitted 13.8 billion years ago one would think 13.8 billion years ago those galaxies were MUCH closer, surely not 13.8 billion lightyears away.