Kruschev reportedly said that Yuri Gagarin couldn't see God from his vantage point in space, so he obviously does not exist. Which was quite ironic really, as Gagarin himself was a believer. Even so, I'm sure the Politburo was greatly amused by this smart-ass quip from their leader. What it lacked in theological and metaphysical understanding, however, it more than made up for in hubris and bare-faced atheistic cheek. He was unceremoniously dumped just 3 years later, and I have to wonder if he is laughing now.
But to get back to your question, we instinctively think of heaven as 'up there', and hell as 'down there', but in strict relativistic terms (ie as in E=MC2), there's no such thing as up or down. There is no fixed reference point in the Universe that allows us to determine whether anything is up or down relative to the Earth's position, mainly because everything is in motion relative to everything else. For example, consider someone living in Australia. Their 'up' is almost your 'down', is it not? Whose 'up' should we follow, yours or the Aussie's? If Jesus followed the Aussie's 'up' when He ascended into heaven, He would have disappeared into the Earth in front of His disciples. Such a spectacle would have horrified and confused them all at once. Did our Master just descend into Hell?
So the short answer (ahem) is 'no'. Heaven is not a geographical location in space. It is a 'plane' or sphere of existence, and a spiritual one at that:
God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.
It therefore has no physical or temporal locus. If God lived in space-time, He would be governed by the laws of space-time. But the Creator cannot be subject to the laws of His creation without becoming a part of His creation. That would be a contradiction in terms, and while it would sit well with pantheists and animists, it is a concept that has no place in Christianity. God is everywhere, to be sure - the technical term is omnipresent - but He exists outside of space-time:
But do not ignore this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like one day.
2 Peter 3:8
...otherwise it would not be possible for Him to be there 'in the beginning'........ie before the creation itself.
Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory for ever and ever. Amen.