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The Sanctuary Base 6 rocket leaves Krop Tor. (TV: The Satan Pit)

A rocket was a device that moved by exerting a large amount of force in the direction opposite to travel. Many spacecraft were rockets.

Transport use[]

The use of rockets on Earth had been temporarily abandoned during the 21st century in favour of the T-Mat. The Second Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon and Zoe Heriot travelled in a rocket from Earth to the Moon. Professor Eldred, a scientist who had a long history with rocketry, had constructed the rocket as part of a plan to take Man beyond the moon. The engines were burnt out when the rocket arrived on the moon. (TV: The Seeds of Death)

Warlike use[]

On Skaro, the Thals used a rocket to hit the Kaleds citadel with a distronic bomb. They had a slave force consisting of mutos and captured Kaled soldiers pack the nosecone with the toxic explosives. Sarah Jane Smith was one of the workers. (TV: Genesis of the Daleks)

In 2065, Space City stocked up on rockets as part of the battle preparations for the Space War against the Astrans. (COMIC: Ceasefire — But War Tension Mounts...)

In the nuclear war between Atrios and Zeos, the Marshal of the former attempted to hit the latter with nuclear rockets. (TV: The Armageddon Factor)

Recreational use[]

According to the Fourth Doctor, a Mars-Venus rocket run was held in a unspecified time. (TV: Robot)

Other uses[]

The Rani tried to employ a space rocket to make clash a load of Loyhargil and a strange matter asteroid. (TV: Time and the Rani)

Known rockets[]

Human rockets[]

Other rockets[]