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37117 Narcissus

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37117 Narcissus

37117 Narcissus (provisional designation: 2000 VU2) is a Centaur minor planet. It was discovered by William Kwong Yu Yeung at the Desert Beaver Observatory near Eloy, Arizona, on November 1, 2000. It is named for Narcissus, a hunter and divinely-punished character of Greek mythology.

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  • 37117 Narcissus at the JPL Small-Body Database
  • Physical parameters
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