When we change our assumption from Heliocentric to Geocentrospheric it has an effect on the distance to stellar objects. This is because of the way that stellar parallax works.
The truth about God is self evident but, because we have free will, God has provided a plausible alternative so that people can make what seems to be a rational choice about their relationship with God.
A majority of the stars are crystalline firmament material (CFM) which reflect sunlight like giant mirrors in space. Giant 'mirror' planets just showed up in the popular science narrative (SciPop). Surprise, surprise.
There are times when reporting on new scientific observations gets ahead of the Peer Review propaganda machine and the truth gets reported, almost by accident.
If there are football field-sized and larger pieces of ruby and sapphire in the Kuiper belt (crystalline firmament material), then we should see light spectra consistent with ruby and sapphire.
The measurements of starlight we take don't tell us if the light is reflected or emitted by the stellar bodies, that's one of the leaps of faith in the mainstream science paradigm (SciPop).
Assuming heliocentricity (Galileo’s bluff) causes the calculated distance to stars to seem greater than it is, because it’s derived from geometry with a base which is 2 astronomic units (AU) wide.
Stellar parallax is used to "verify" that the Earth is moving but it's dependent upon the A priori assumption that the Earth is moving. In case you weren't sure, that's circular reasoning.