One major (but always unmentioned) problem with time travel as shown in Sci-Fi is that it doesn’t take into account spatial transposition. Example, if you only want to travel back in time one day, you also need to transpose yourself in space about 1.5 million miles - which is how far the earth travels in its orbit around the sun in 24 hours.
And the whole earth is spinning, the entire galaxy is rotating at some enormous speed (I feel a song coming on!). It would require … I don’t know. Red Dwarf briefly addressed this, by finding a Time Machine, and going back to the time of the Renaissance - and enjoyed ‘The heady atmosphere of 15th century deep space!’.
Has any writer made a serious stab at adressing how this problem could be solved?