I need to generate a list of which satellites were in view at a given date/time. I'm specifically interested in the Galileo constellation of GNSS satellites, and I'd like to get a list of when each satellite rises above 5° elevation at my location, culminates, and sets below 5°. I'd like to be able to generate this list for a given start date/time for a specified number of hours, typically 12 or 24 hours.
I've looked at sites like Celestrak, Trimble GNSS PLanning and even In-The-Sky.org, all of which get infuriatingly close to what I need but are not quite able to produce rise/culmination/set times in a usable form.
I think I can get this information "long hand" by using a program like Stellarium and observing each satellite over the time window of interest, however that will be quite a long and repetitive process which may be error-prone and I may have to repeat it many times.
From discussions I've had with work colleagues, I feel sure there must be a resource for generating this type of data, but I can't seem to find any. Anyone happen to know of such a resource, or suggest a more efficient way to generate the data I need?