This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other meanings of NEWT
We have 8 other definitions for NEWT
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Discussing the equipment used, Dr Moore explained that in the early 1980s, astrophotographers typically worked with Newtonian telescopes of 20-30cm aperture.
The observatory held the group's prize possession, a 12-inch Newtonian Telescope, originally owned by Rev.
For extended sample paths, the FTIR can be mounted to a rugged, 10-inch Newtonian telescope with tripod.
For years the six-inch diameter Newtonian telescope (right) had been used to wedge open the door of St Mary's Magdalene Chapel at Guy's Cliffe.
He spent his after-school and Sunday morning hours the following year delivering the Milwaukee Journal, saving $200 from the $10-a-week job for a 6-inch-diameter Newtonian telescope.
5-inch mirror using the books by Howard and Texereau and in due course constructed a rather large and unwieldy Newtonian telescope which looked a bit like a coffin.
For long path analysis (over a wider sample region), the interferometer is mounted to a rugged, compact Newtonian telescope with tripod.
51 m Newtonian telescope and Johnson B, V, R and I filters were used to measure the brightness of Saturn between Sep.