My question is following: Is there another Galaxy in the Universe that has a relative speed to the Milky Way of 0.999c (near of light speed)? The implication of that is that our life 'observed' by extraterrestrial beings in that Galaxy might be millions of years, an eternity! This is because of the time dilatation according to Lorenz Equations. But there is another problem. The Universe is in expansion, so there is a kind of expansion of space itself. I read very far Galaxies are apparently separating from our Galaxy faster than light but in reality it is not due to motion but due to expansion of space itself. Then, how can we filter and remove the "apparent motion" due to space expansion from real motion through space of Galaxies. It would be fascinating to think there is a lot of Galaxies with 0.999c relative to the Milky Way. The implication of that is that our life would be observed as an eternity for extraterrestrial beings of those Galaxies. It may be thought as a kind of heaven. We would live practically forever for those extraterrestrials. Each Galaxy would be considered as a kind of heaven with respect to the other one. I am thinking at Galaxies located in different filaments of the Universe. So, I imagined huged relative speed between Galaxies are possible. Does it happened?