That raises an interesting question about where Jesus is now, and why he hasn't returned yet. Jesus floated upward on Easter Day, 33 CE. Do we know what time? In order to know in which direction he was launched, we need to know what part of the galaxy was on his zenith at T = 0 and liftoff.<quoted text>
And Christians rise to Heaven.
Whatever direction that was, unless he went into warp drive, he's still in the our spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy - the Orion-Cygnus arm, which is about 3500 light years in width.
Assuming that heaven is located in the supermassive black hole at galactic center, he's still a good 25,000 light years from his heavenly home. This may be why he hasn't come back again as soon as expected. I hope he has a guide star like the Magi did, because that is so helpful.
It's a wonderful mythology.