# The goblin furthest [closed]

I just watched a documentary last night that stated a new discovery was so far away in our solar system the Hubble could only show it as a few blurred pixels, Robert Fosbury narrated and it was called Hubble 15 years of discovery. Also noted the same thing about “ Farout “ It is 120 AU from the sun, 1 AU being about 93 million miles, so if Hubbles mirror can only define it as few blurred tiny pixels how again do we see 13.7 billion light years ?

• +1 but the OP's question and especially the use of "few blurred tiny pixels" suggests to me that an answer should address more directly what is and is not meant by a space telescope "seeing" something. For example, there's no such thing as "blurred pixels" and stellar objects are never resolved by space telescope. – uhoh Feb 26 at 0:46