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The Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE) observed the middle-aged pulsar PSR 0656+14 for $\sim$ 80 ksec in 1993 February. While the exposure was not deep enough to detect PSR 0656+14 in the short wavelength (SW) band of the spectrometer the pulsar was detected in the Deep Survey (DS) photometer. The flux from the DS photometer is used to constrain the parameters N$_H$, the equivalent neutral hydrogen column density, and T$_S$, the surface temperature of the neutron star. Results are compared to previous measurements from other experimants.
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