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A rocket is a vehicle, missile, or aircraft propelled by an engine that creates thrust from a high speed exhaust jet made exclusively from propellant.
Rocket or Rockets may also refer to:
- A rocket engine
- Rocket (weapon), an unguided, powered weapon
- Stephenson's Rocket, also known as The Rocket — an 1829 steam locomotive which won a design contest and affected locomotive design for 50 years
- Rocket (comics), a DC Comics character
- The Rocket (2005 film), a film about the life of ice hockey's Maurice Richard
- The Rocket (2013 film), a 2013 Australian film
- Rocket: Robot on Wheels, a 1999 video game by Sucker Punch Productions
- MP3 Rocket, a peer-to-peer based file sharing (P2P) client for the Java Platform
- The Rocket (Slippery Rock), a weekly newspaper published by the students of Slippery Rock University
- The Rocket (newspaper), a defunct weekly newspaper in Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon
- Rocket (Buscapé), the protagonist and narrator in the Brazilian film City of God
- Rocket, the code-name of the game engine for Age of Empires III
- The Rocket (short story), a 1950 science fiction short story by Ray Bradbury
- The Rocket Record Company, a record label founded by Elton John
- Rocket (band), an American all-girl pop-punk band formed in 2005
- The Rockets (band), an American rock band from Detroit
- The Rockets (Los Angeles band), pre-Crazy Horse
- The Rockets, a Louisiana band featuring Dick Holler
- The Rockets, 1950s British rock and roll group led by Tony Crombie
- Rockets (band), a French space rock band formed in 1972 (a.k.a. Les Rockets)
- Rocket (album), a 1996 album by the band Primitive Radio Gods
- The Rockets (album), by the Los Angeles band
- Rockets (Rockets album), by French band
- Rockets (Daniel Lanois album), 2005
- "Rocket" (Def Leppard song), 1987
- "Rocket", a song by Susumu Hirasawa on the 1990 album The Ghost in Science
- "Rocket" (The Smashing Pumpkins song), 1993
- "Rocket" (El Presidente song), 2005
- "Rocket" (Mohamed Ali song), Denmark, 2009
- "Rocket" (Goldfrapp song), 2010
- "Rockit", a 1983 Herbie Hancock song
- "Rockets", a 2008 Simple Minds song
- Charles Rocket (1949–2005), American film and television actor
- Matt Bonner (born 1980), basketball player, a.k.a. the "Red Rocket"
- Pavel Bure (born 1971), former ice hockey player, a.k.a. the "Russian Rocket"
- Roger Clemens (born 1962), baseball pitcher
- Owen Hart (1965–1999), professional wrestler
- Raghib Ismail (born 1969), former professional American football and Canadian football player
- Rod Laver (born 1938), Australian tennis player
- Ronnie O'Sullivan (born 1975), snooker player
- Rodney Morris (born 1970), pool player
- Rikki Rockett (born 1961), stage name of the drummer for the rock band Poison
- Maurice Richard (1921–2000), former ice hockey player whose nickname was "the Rocket"
- Henri Richard (born 1936), former ice hockey player (brother of Maurice), a.k.a. the "Pocket Rocket"
- Ronny Rosenthal, former soccer player, a.k.a. "Rocket Ronny"
- Ryan Newman (born 1977), NASCAR driver who is referred to as "The Rocket" when he qualifies on the pole
- Valeri Bure (born 1974), former ice hockey player (brother of Pavel), a.k.a. the "Russian Pocket Rocket"
- Rocket (vegetable), a leafy vegetable (Eruca sativa) also known as arugula
- Diplotaxis tenuifolia (Wild Rocket), a leafy vegetable cultivated for its spicy flavoured leaves
- London Rocket, a herbal plant in the family Brassicaceae
- Hesperis matronalis (Dame's Rocket), a wildflower native to Eurasia, now widely cultivated in many other areas of the world
- Blue rocket, another name for aconitum
- Houston Rockets, an NBA team
- Kelowna Rockets, a Western Hockey League team
- P.E.I. Rocket, a Quebec Major Junior Hockey League team
- Toledo Rockets, the athletic teams of the University of Toledo
- Various passenger trains operated by the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad
- Rocket, a South Devon Railway Comet class steam locomotive
- HMS Rocket, the name of eight ships of the Royal Navy and one planned ship
- Toronto Rocket (Toronto subway car), the newest articulated subway fleet for the Toronto Transit Commission's subway system
- Oldsmobile V8 engine
- Rocket stove, variety of wood-burning stove
- Smarties (wafer candy), a fruit-flavored sugar candy also known as Rocket
- Rocket (firework)
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