For my question assume:
1: Big bang happened at a point (I know it happened everywhere) but after that explosion universe started to expand in all directions so it maybe considered to happened somewhere. (my imagination: water balloon popped with a pin and it start splattering away water in all directions and water continue to move forever)
2: Light bends around huge planets (relativity theory).
Question: when we look at the stars using telescopes, how we can determine if the light is bent due to nearby planets ( we can but only for the planets which we can see) but how about those planets which cant even see ? on the basis of this, is there a possibility that everything/majority of what we see in the sky is actually coming from just 1 direction but we see it everywhere because that incoming ray of light bent so much that w.r.t to earth, it looks like coming from different directions ?