Are we in the middle of the universe? I mean, imagine the universe is some sperical or odd shaped three dimensional shape. We can 'see' out to some pint, but is it always a similar distance, making us iin the middle? It makes sense that if the outer edge of the universe is expanding at a rate greater than the speed of light, then we would only be able to see a finite distance and that it would be similar in distance from us? The light ohoton would never reach us from anywhere outside of the area speeding faster than the speed of light.