How could the farthest away galaxy travel to a location 13.3 billion lightyears away in a timeframe of 0.5 billion years after the big bang?
We are near enough to the centre of the known universe where the big bang occurred.
The big bang occurred 13.77 billion years ago.
The location of MACS0647-JD 13.3 billion light years away was also it's location 13.3 billion years ago, just 0.5 billion years after the big bang.(Must be because the light we are now receiving from that location is that old)
Thus it has traveled from the source of the big bang to that location in just 0.5 billion years. How can that be?