I'm not an expert in the subject at all and my knowledge is very thin, but I have seen some sources talking about the amount of element in the universe and their role.
First there is the Midrash Berechit Raba Paragraph 10, 6 "There is no grass in this world that doesn't have a celestial object whom strikes [the grass affiliated] and tells it to grow" (I think we can also translate strike by interacts with). In Hebrew (see here) :
אָמַר רַבִּי סִימוֹן אֵין לְךָ כָּל עֵשֶׂב וְעֵשֶׂב, שֶׁאֵין לוֹ מַזָּל בָּרָקִיעַ שֶׁמַּכֶּה אוֹתוֹ, וְאוֹמֵר לוֹ גְּדַל
An other source can be the Zohar Volume 2 page 171,b that says the same idea: "There is no single grass [even the smallest] that is not monitored by a star or a constellation in the universe". In the text (see here)
לֵית לָךְ עִשְׂבָּא זְעִירָא בְּכָל עָלְמָא, דְּלָא שַׁלְטָא עָלֵיהּ כֹּכָבָא וּמַזָּלָא בִּרְקִיעָא
According to Hachem will, celestial objects interact with our world. They say in the Zohar quoted that each of them is "face to face", "אַנְפִּין בְּאַנְפִּין" with a vegetal element of our world : grass, plant, trees and so on (they even go further).
I saw those two sources in the Likkoutey Torah Parachat Chela'h page 41b, 42a of the Admour Hazaken (First Loubavitcher Rebbe). Among astonishing teachings, he speaks about the role of stars by a comparison of how our body works. You can find allusion of black hole if you want to see it even though it is not said.