Answer

Why can’t we see past the cosmological horizon

A) Every galaxy in the entire universe (not just the observable universe) exists within the cosmological horizon, so there’s nothing to see beyond it.
B) The cosmological horizon is infinitely far away, and we can’t see to infinity.
C) Beyond the cosmological horizon, we would be looking back to a time before the universe was born.
D) We do not have big enough telescopes.


C