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Why can't we see any parts of the universe that are farther than 13. 8 billion light-years away?



The farthest object in the universe is 13. 8 billion light-years away and there is nothing beyond it.



We haven't built a telescope that is powerful enough to see any farther.



There is a giant cloud that obscures our view of anything farther away.



Light from farther distances hasn't had time to reach us.

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