when I started out learning the ropes, I often had to survey large tracts of land and I think of "chain lines" that superscribe some areas as big s a county. I always sweated out having my start and finish line-point meet. (We call this closure )
When I saw the fuckin galaxies that just keep appearing after 13 BILLION LIGHT YEARS, I started converting that to miles, hundredths and thousandths.
How small is that extended radius of view getting compared to the whole friggin circle of sky.