The stars are falling to Earth, slowly, and the net decrease in their orbital radii is seen as an increase in rotation speed as the stellar material approaches Earth.
The third heaven is the dome or firmament, which is a sea of glass. It's a rigid crystalline sphere on the edge of space which formed in response to the creation of gravity on the second day.
Most of the space between the firmament and Earth is the cosmos or observable universe. There's something very odd about the cosmos: there's a disconnect between what we can see vs. what we believe about it.
Is the phrase "the heavens shall be rolled together as a scroll" flowery poetic language or accurate physics? If the firmament is a rigid sphere of crystal on the edge of space, it's accurate physics.
The heaven of heavens is the firmament (third heaven). The "the host of heaven," is everything above the atmosphere. We (that's me and the Holy spirit) discern between heavenly bodies (inanimate) and entities (sentient).
It’s ironic that today is April Fools’ Day because today we (that's me and the Holy spirit) begin to make the case that the universe is Geocentrospheric, but this isn’t a joke.
Jesus Christ, God in human form, prophesied about a time in the future when the stars fall out of the sky and impact the Earth. The express purpose of popular science (SciPop) is to make this seem impossible.