Why are there more faint stars in the sky near the Milky Way, while the number of faint galaxies, on the contrary, is less than far from it?

Observing regions of the sky close to the Milky Way, we see the stars of our Galaxy, concentrated in its disk. It is their radiation that merges into the light band of the Milky Way. Many young hot stars are observed along the Milky Way, which are born from interstellar matter compacted in the galactic plane. However, all this substance, more precisely, its dusty component, absorbs the light of more distant objects. Therefore, galaxies are practically invisible near the Milky Way strip.

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