Where is the farthest point in the universe?

1 Answer
Mar 3, 2016

As of now, the farthest point in our universe is distant 2 X 13.82 = 27.64 billion light years (Bly), nearly.


I have used Big Bang dating, on our time scale.
Theoretically, I hold that the center of the observable universe is distant 13.82 Bly from us.
So, the antipodal point is 2 X 13.82 Bly from us.
As such, I have included the antipodal virtual universe as yet-to-be-detected as within observable universe.
This is my scientific surmise..