Hi, I was asking myself if there is, or might be a way to see far away objects in space in real time? What I mean is that when we look even through the most powerful telescope we always see the past of the object we are looking at, and this past will depend on the distance the object is away from us, right? So, if a planet is 1000 light years away from us and we have a telescope powerful enough to see its surface like, let's say, in google maps we will see how this surface looked like 1000 years ago. Then, maybe we see life on a planet, a supernova exploded 500 years ago and killed everything and we will see this in 500 years only. Or maybe we don't see anything but there is life and the problem is that light still didn't reach us. Is it like this or am I completely wrong? Thanks!