When the Old Testament was first written the Universe - as we know it today, didn't really exist - at least not in the minds of Biblical protagonists like Enoch, Moses etcetera and the MEN who actually wrote the Bible.
These men believed that the immensity of the Cosmos was created: by God, just for us - the human race (whose sole purpose was to worship God) - and that the Earth stood at the center of the whole of creation. Everything revolved around us.
Down the ages the Christian church persecuted - sometimes to death - anyone who challenged this world view
Where in the Bible does it (the word of God) tell you that stars are organized into structures called galaxies and that these galaxies sometimes collide with one another? Where in the Bible is it prophesied that our own galaxy: the Milky Way, will one day smash into a galaxy called Andromeda?
These days the size of the known Universe increases by leaps and bounds with every new instrument: such as the Hubble Space Telescope, that is used to measure it.
Now ask yourself...
Why do scientists have to inform us of all these new discoveries? Shouldn't it already be written down somewhere - maybe in the Bible?
The Universe that was created by God has never existed - it is a fiction that has bedevilled mankind for millennia - the fact that some people cannot let this fiction go is only testimony to the power of religion as propaganda; their belief in such a Cosmos has no bearing on reality whatsoever.