How to buy tickets for the 2018 International Dark Sky Festival, the world’s largest, in Germany
German authorities are planning a nationwide festival to celebrate the European Association of Dark Sky Photographers’ International Dark-Sky Day on October 17.
The event, scheduled to take place from October 17 to October 19, will feature a “photographic festival, a dark sky walk, and a symposium.”
It will also feature “the most extensive and ambitious photographic event of its kind in the history of the European association,” according to the festival’s official website.
The organizers are also planning to open a dark-sky museum, and the festival will also have a large-scale exhibit that will include over 300 photographs of all kinds of dark skies, the website said.
The festival is expected to attract around 1 million visitors, the organizers said, with the largest number expected to come from Germany.
It is scheduled to run through the end of October.
The International Dark Earth Association announced earlier this year that it would be organizing the event, but it has yet to announce a date.
German authorities have not yet announced a date for the festival, which is scheduled for October 17-19.
Dark-sky enthusiasts around the world have long been waiting for an international event to celebrate their favorite astronomical phenomena.
Dark skies are essential for astronomers to observe objects like galaxies and nebulae, and for astrophysicists to study dark matter and dark energy.
In 2015, the European Space Agency, the organization responsible for overseeing space activities, proposed an international dark-skys festival in the hope of inspiring interest in the dark-matter community.
The idea was to bring together astronomers, cosmonauts, and other experts for an open forum on dark-space.
It was not immediately clear when or if the festival would be held.
The dark-moon festival will take place at the Fraunhofer Institute of Astrophysics in Germany, which hosts the International Dark Planet Conference every year.
The conference is also hosted by the European Astronomical Union, which oversees astronomy in Europe.
The European Association for Dark Sky Photography (EDK) is a non-profit organization that represents the dark sky photography community.
It announced the 2019 festival on its website, saying it was the largest and most ambitious event of the year.
“The event will be a gathering of experts and participants of the entire field,” it said.