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When traveling in a car we observe (in side view) that objects closer to us move faster compared to the objects away from us, that's called parallax. If we live on a spinning globe and the stars are spread millions of miles or "light years" away, we should see star parallax. But we don't see such phenomena in real life observations.

So it makes more sense for the stars to be close to us and fixed in their position relative to each other. Though no one knows what the stars really are, but the fact that we've been seeing exactly the same star constellations throughout our history without any parallax means that we're stationary and not moving through infinite space.