Whatever light does it does here where it streams in from there. Here in our space and time. Merely seeing a spectra of some elements it contains does not give us a picture of what it is like out there, what time and space are like, or what else might also exist that we cannot see.
Well, look at a clock. There may be little cogs going round...moving. If one does not know what one is looking at, it may appear as random movement. Same idea with stars. They move...there are some things orbiting/going round other things out there...etc. If it was all created as the bible states from cover to cover, then it is logical to assume that there are purposes and reasons for things that poor little man may not be aware of, though he see some movement!
You are mistaken again/still. Time has crap-all to do with measuring parallax, except that it takes six months for our earth to go half an orbit. And you, creation, have said that orbit is inside our bubble . Parallax is just 11th grade trigonometry.
Whatever light does it does here where it streams in from there. Here in our space and time.
You're in the same space and time as everybody else. You don't see anything that everybody else doesn't see. So you can not claim that there is something different "out there". You're just making up fiction.
There is nothing about the precision movements that tells you how creation works. Nor is there anything in those movements that tell us it was not created.
You are in no position to call the bible fiction. Science cannot say yay or nay, either way.
It mentions a fair bit about stars also.
What stars will do suddenly in the near future for example...go out! It mentions a star that guided some men to a specific house! It associates stars with the spiritual, which is more than poor science can do! Etc.
We see the light from that SN here. Whatever working it does is here. How much time was involved getting here cannot be known by science! Not unless you prove time exists and exists the same there also, as it is here.
Likewise distances are not known. Any use of trigonometry has to use at least one line that is in unknown time and space! Whether we use the rings out there and draw lines to them, or whether we use a slice of time and space here and draw lines to a star!