|Discovery and designation|
|Discovered by||Michel Ory|
|Discovery date||January 13, 2005|
|Epoch JD 2456600.5 (4 November 2013)|
|11.68 yr (4266.5022 d)|
129137 Hippolochos (2005 AP27) is a Jupiter trojan discovered on January 13, 2005 by Michel Ory at Vicques. It was named after Hippolochos, the son of Antimachos who was the Trojan councillor responsible for preventing Helen from being restored to the Greeks. Hippo-lochos means "an ambush with a horse" (as in the Trojan Horse).
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