schedule

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NAME
       schedule - generate schedule files for polar weather satellites

DESCRIPTION
       usage: schedule [-h] [-c CONFIG] [-t TLE] [-l LOG] [-m [MAIL [MAIL
       ...]]] [-v]

              [--lat LAT] [--lon LON] [--alt ALT] [-f FORWARD] [-s START_TIME]
              [-d DELAY] [-a AVOID] [--no-aqua-terra-dump] [--multiproc] [-o
              OUTPUT_DIR] [-u OUTPUT_URL] [-x] [-r] [--scisys] [-p] [-g]

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -c CONFIG, --config CONFIG
              configuration file to use

       -t TLE, --tle TLE
              tle file to use

       -l LOG, --log LOG
              File to log to (defaults to stdout)

       -m [MAIL [MAIL ...]], --mail [MAIL [MAIL ...]]
              mail address(es) to send error messages to.

       -v, --verbose
              print debug messages too

   start-parameter:
              (or set values in the configuration file)

       --lat LAT
              Latitude, degrees north

       --lon LON
              Longitude, degrees east

       --alt ALT
              Altitude, km

       -f FORWARD, --forward FORWARD
              time ahead to compute the schedule

       -s START_TIME, --start-time START_TIME
              start time of the schedule to compute

       -d DELAY, --delay DELAY
              delay (in seconds) needed between two consecutive passes (60
              seconds by default)

   special:
              (additional parameter changing behaviour)

       -a AVOID, --avoid AVOID
              xml request file with passes to avoid

       --no-aqua-terra-dump
              do not consider Aqua/Terra-dumps

       --multiproc
              use multiple parallel processes

   output:
              (file pattern are taken from configuration file)

       -o OUTPUT_DIR, --output-dir OUTPUT_DIR
              where to put generated files

       -u OUTPUT_URL, --output-url OUTPUT_URL
              URL where to put generated schedule file(s), otherwise use
              output-dir

       -x, --xml
              generate an xml request file (schedule)

       -r, --report
              generate an xml report file (schedule)

       --scisys
              generate a SCISYS schedule file

       -p, --plot
              generate plot images

       -g, --graph
              save graph info

SEE ALSO
       The full documentation for schedule is maintained as a Texinfo manual.
       If the info and schedule programs are properly installed at your site,
       the command

              info schedule

       should give you access to the complete manual.



schedule 0.5                     December 2018                     SCHEDULE(1)