If space is moving faster than light, then wouldn't that mean that the reason we can see distant galaxies is not because of the light traveling from those objects to us, but because we are traveling to them; and that the reason we can see them now is because of the light that was left behind by them completing the connection between us and them?

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by the way, I understand the balloon affect. I mean even taking that into account.

I am not sure what you mean by space moving.   But is your question primarily why can we see galaxies that are presumably so far away that light would theoretically take millions, if not billions, of years to reach us from them?

Does space move? We reference things within space, but what's moving?

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