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NAME

       conjunct - find dates of equinox or new or full moon

SYNOPSIS

       conjunct [options]

DESCRIPTION

       conjunct  searches  for  one  of  these events: spring equinox (default), summer solstice,
       autumn equinox, winter solstice, new moon, or full moon.

OPTIONS

       -s, --start date
              Set starting date (default is current date).  The date may be either a  Julian  day
              number  (e.g.  2454180.0  for  noon,  2007  March  20)  or  an  ISO 8601 date (e.g.
              2007-03-20).

       -e, --end date
              Set ending date (default is one year from now).

       -V, --vernal, --spring
              Search for spring equinox (default).

       -S, --summer
              Search for summer solstice.

       -A, --autumn, --fall
              Search for autumn equinox.

       -W, --winter
              Search for winter solstice.

       -N, --newmoon
              Search for new moon.

       -F, --fullmoon
              Search for full moon.

       -h, --help
              Show summary of options.

SEE ALSO

       aa(1).

AUTHOR

       conjunct was written by Stephen L. Moshier <steve@moshier.net>.

       This manual page was written by James  R.  Van  Zandt  <jrv@debian.org>,  for  the  Debian
       project (but may be used by others).

                                         August 24, 2006                              CONJUNCT(1)