HUT

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AcronymDefinition
HUTHari Ulang Tahun (Indonesian: Birthday)
HUTHelsinki University of Technology
HUTHopkins Ultraviolet Telescope
HUTHizb ut-Tahrir (Islamic Party of Liberation)
HUTHistidine Utilization (enzymes)
HUTHanoi University of Technology
HUTHead Up Tilt (diagnose cause of syncope)
HUTHighway Use Tax (various US states)
HUTHouseholds Using Television
HUTHomes Using Television
HUTHard Upper Torso
HUTHome Use Test
HUTHistoric University Theater (Seattle, WA)
HUTHutchinson, Kansas Municipal Airport (airport code)
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One of the spectrographs on board, the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope (HUT), detected the absorption of extreme ultraviolet light by neutral helium and hydrogen gas in our galaxy.
For example, both the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope and the Broad Band X-ray Telescope recorded spectra from the cores of several quasars and Seyfert galaxies.
His 25 minutes of observations in 1990, using the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope, exceeded by a factor of five the amount of observing time available on a sounding rocket, notes Kimble, of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.