No, but a great question. NASA once pointed the Hubble Space telescope at a very tiny area of space previously thought to contain nothing – a gap in the stars if you will. What they photographed is below. It’s called NASA’s deep space photo. The galaxies in the image are billions of light years away. As you can see, as with all other galaxy pictures, galaxies are scattered everywhere wherever you look, up down and in between, and tilted this way or that way.