Usage of the schedule script:

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

  (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)

  (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

  (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