It depends on your translation, first off.
Also; you only supplied startpoint verse. Rather than the start and end.
Try this next time: Genesis 1:1-1.2.
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters."
That is what my translation says. King James Version.
Anywho; just so you know: Not all folk here are believers, and even those who are won't look at this and agree.
I look at this and think someone is taking things too literally.
As far as your heavens bit goes: That depends entirely on perspective.
Could space not be the heavens?
Or even the other planets? It depends on the reader. You can't just claim proof based on your opinion.
When I read the "earth was formless and empty" rather than think that this means it is infinite, which is a rather silly idea, I think that it was not yet formed. Not yet complete. Clay in one's hands, as it were. If you had a lump of clay, what hasn't yet been shaped, would you not call it formless?
Again, this is opinion at most.
The bible is open to interpretation.
Because of this; it depends on how you read, and how you relate.