Astronomers are bothered by new satellites programmed to move into the orbit

Ever since Sputnik 1 was launched in 1957, the lower orbit near the earth has become a gradually crowded surrounding with approximately more than 2,200 satellite being launched, and the region has been filled with fog due to the satellites alongside components of launch vehicles and debris that led to mechanical disintegration and collisions, in turn, causing it to be swamped.