In the next figure we can see one half of closed universe.
It is clear, that relatively THIS observer, the galaxies,
situated near the border, which was only the point of puncture,
will be looking deformed. But these deformations are only
apparent for THIS observer. From the point of view of the
observer, situated in the point C, the observer A and his
galaxy will be "smeared" on the same boundary sphere.

It is clear, that the length of the most distant circumference,
surrounding the observer will be equal to zero, because
it was only the point of puncture. Consequently, the area
of the most distant sphere, surrounding the observer and
the whole universe, will also be equal to zero.