An emission of light starts from far away, say fourteen billion light years away. It is not going to travel in a straight line since the curvatures, actually the spirals, of the universe turn light's straight lines along curved paths. Be that as it may, the 2-d frame accumulates 2-d frames from the rear (from infinity, thus imploded as to accumulation (what that might look like I leave to your imagination) since infinity cannot possibly be observed), sides, and front, as mergers, as it travels through the universe It, the accumulated merger of 2-d frames arrives at the Earth observer's telescope as movement closest to Earth being largest, graduating to infinitesimal far away, and no movement at all -- a fixed picture -- farthest from Earth. The observable, sensed, universe with its myopic physics (otherwise known as "relative physics" or "physics of relativity").
But universes, time-verses, from Earth to fourteen billion x 6 trillion miles from Earth are universes, plural, now and not observed or observable from Earth. At fourteen billion x six trillion miles the movement that has been occurring over fourteen billion years at that distance, much less beyond that distance -- to infinity, would be the purest blur if they could be observed from Earth at all. Universes, plural, because locally there, there would not be any greater movement than we observe locally to us. So movement in the universe, as to look, is most likely exactly the opposite to what is observed in the light frames, and otherwise sensed, from Earth. Exactly the opposite to relativity's myopia. The greatest movements over time have occurred exactly where we observe the least movement to have occurred, the distances (to infinity) most distant from Earth. And that translates, relatively speaking ('relativity' to local, foreground, Earth speaking (as if the entire universe were closed up to the Earth)) to pure speed, accelerations, in universe! And, again relative speaking, then observed, then thought, to come from what?!