Devarim 30:4 says "Even if your exiles are at the end of the heavens, the Lord, your God, will gather you from there, and He will take you from there."
Why does it use the expression "בִּקְצֵ֣ה הַשָּׁמָ֑יִם " - at the end of heavens? We would expect it to say "at the end[s] of the Earth". I suppose it can be read metaphorically, signifying any place no matter how far.
But if we read it literally, "end of heavens" seems to signify outer reaches of space. If this verse is speaking about the time Moshiach, then can it be hinting that Jews will live on other planets/solar systems/galaxies?