What's outside the "edge"?
Assuming you mean the edge of visibility (I know of no other edge), outside the edge is just more ordinary space and matter, no different from the rest of the universe.
If someone is observing from far enough away, we
will be outside the edge of their
The things of "those more distant places" moved faster than light at the beginning of the "bang"?
can move faster than the speed of light within the fabric of the universe.
However, in an expanding universe, the farther locations are from each other, the faster they spread away from one another.
In an expanding universe, locations
can spread away from each other faster than the speed of light if they are far enough away from each other.
Below is the abstract from my former thread of "Dark logic":
"What we can see is not able to move faster than light, so, if something is able to move faster than light, we can't see it. Is this correct in logic? Thank you."
I don't think it is correct. If a photon left an object that was traveling faster than the speed of light, that photon would travel at
the speed of light.
If this photon were able to reach us while traveling at the speed of light, we would be able to see the object that was traveling faster than the speed of light.
If an object traveled through our solar system at faster than the speed of light, photons emitted from that object would surely be able to reach us, and we would therefore be able to see this object if we were looking in the right direction.
It should however be remembered that objects cannot
travel faster than the speed of light.
There are cases of things that we will never be able to see though. In the case of locations that are spreading away from us faster than the speed of light due to the expansion of the universe, we will never see light emitted from those locations because the distance between them and us always keeps increasing. No matter how far the emitted photons have traveled, they will always have even further to go.