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It is a radio telescope, designed in the SFR Yugoslavia, still in construction in 2005. The first measurement by the IMT was performed in May 2006, using a pilot setup of 20-40 m dish. It was an attempt to measure at the moment of time which has been the peak of solar activity (around 1989). As a result of the test we got a value of solar activity of about 12.5.

The system enables also the estimation of the flux of fast charged particles coming from the Sun (in the 20–100 MeV energy range) with the magnetic field and the geomagnetic rigidity measurements, as well as, with better accuracy, the geomagnetic cutoff rigidity. The measurements are carried out at the rotation angles 0°, 45°, 90°, 135° and 180° by means of small Field of View anti-coincidence scintillation counters (FOVAC).

The system has some of its own computers – PC-based GPIs which are able to:

The software used for the observations and the results (raw and final) processing have been developed by researchers from the University of Zagreb and the Institute for the Scientific Research and Development in Radiology (IRIS) at the University of Belgrade.

See also
List of solar telescopes


External links

official homepage

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Radionicki Prirucnik. Prirucnik IMT 539.pdf the circumstances where a private actor was capable of violating the Fourteenth Amendment but was not susceptible to liability under § 1983.” Id. at 1272.
In Mylett, the plaintiff, a psychiatrist, brought a § 1983 action against a State psychiatric hospital alleging that his constitutional rights had been violated because he had been involuntarily committed. In refusing to find an exception to the state action requirement for § 1983 actions, the Third Circuit stated:
Appellees’ argument in favor of an exception for those injuries caused by a private actor that can only be remedied by a federal civil rights action is founded on the principle that the Fourteenth Amendment encompasses a broad range of private conduct that often must be regulated by the federal government but that remains protected by the Due Process Clause. Accepting appellees’ argument would eviscerate the state action requirement and open a veritable Pandora’s box of § 1983 litigation.
Id. at 1273. The court then noted that in a recent Supreme Court case, the Court had declined to recognize an exception for the kind of involuntary confinement at issue in Mylett. Id. at 1272-74 (discussing Lugar, 457 U.S. 948, 102 S.Ct. at 2754).
This court finds no evidence that the Supreme Court intended to carve out such an exception, and the court is persuaded that the reasoning of the Third Circuit in Mylett is compelling. This court does not find the reasoning of other courts in the same vein as this court persuasive, see Lugar, 457 U.S. at 941, 102 S.Ct. at 2747, and finds the reasons given in Mylett to be persuasive.
*624 The court holds that a complaint that alleges the deprivation of constitutional rights by a private party should be dismissed if the private party can be liable under § 1983 only if the action of the private party constituted state action.
The final issue is whether the defendants’ actions constituted state action.
The pleadings show that the defendants entered into a contract with the State of Kansas to receive authorization for the employees to attend the conference. The pleadings also show that the state sent a monetary contribution to the conference in return for the defendants’ appearance. The court cannot say that these actions on the part of the state do not constitute

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