21:33- It is He who created the night and the day,
and the sun, and the moon; each of them floating in an orbit.
(21- The Prophets, 33)
The word translated as “each of them” is “kullu” in Arabic. Suffixes called “tasniya” are used in Arabic when the sentence defines two objects. In the verse reference is made to the motion of two celestial bodies, namely the sun and the moon. However, the reason why “tasniya” is not used indicates that there should be more than two objects. If we suppose that the night and the day take place on the earth, the other object should be the earth. The Arabic word “falak” is used in Arabic to denote the orbit traced by stars and planets.
Hence, the orbits of the sun and moon are mentioned but also included in this is the orbit of the earth. It is not stationary or else the Qur'anic arabic would be different or you are making the Qur'an wrong along with every scientist thinker.
The following link gives us a history of the earth orbit discovery and it was not done by the enemies of the lizard spirits: