After seeing a description on the exapnsion of the universe, I wrote a very simple program to see how the universe is expanding faster the further it is away from us (wherever we are). Playing with that got me thinking that at some distant point, planets and everything would be moving away from us faster then the speed of light... Why is this not true? Meaby the universe isnt big enough and the expansion not fast enough to ever reach the speed of light? Or meaby it is true, but the speed due to expansion is not actual velocity relative to the space it is in (it's frame of reference)? Please enlighten me!