96189 Pygmalion

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96189 Pygmalion (provisional designation: 1991 NT3) is an Amor-type near-Earth minor planet. It was discovered by Henri Debehogne at the La Silla Observatory in Chile on July 6, 1991. It is named after Pygmalion, a Greek mythological character who fell in love with a statue of his own creation.

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