So how can the photos of distant galaxies have no nearer stars in front of them? Or photos of nebulae? I feel like there are so many stars.that it would be impossible to take a photo of a distant object without a star in front of the photo blocking the way. Or is it luck that there are no stars between here and the photos they took? What about photos of the deep space? Why is there no close star that is too close and takes up the shot in front of the millions of stars in the photo?