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A '''rocket''' was a type of [[engine]] used for the propulsion of certain types of [[missile]]s, [[spacecraft]], [[aircraft]] and, in rare circumstances, [[automobile]]s, such as [[Kryptonian car]]s.<ref>[[Kryptonian car]]s run on some sort of rocket propulsion, likely a lighter, slower and more "ground" friendly variety.</ref> '''Rockets''' ran on [[rocket fuel]].<ref>As seen in [[Gulliver's Gigantic Goof]].</ref>
 
A '''rocket''' was a type of [[engine]] used for the propulsion of certain types of [[missile]]s, [[spacecraft]], [[aircraft]] and, in rare circumstances, [[automobile]]s, such as [[Kryptonian car]]s.<ref>[[Kryptonian car]]s run on some sort of rocket propulsion, likely a lighter, slower and more "ground" friendly variety.</ref> '''Rockets''' ran on [[rocket fuel]].<ref>As seen in [[Gulliver's Gigantic Goof]].</ref>
   
Rockets were the primary propulsion of [[spacecraft]]. They were suitable for short-range [[space travel|spaceflight]], but for traveling to other [[solar system]]s, [[warp drive]] or [[Hyperspace|hyperdrive]] is much more suitable, as it would take a rocket ship thousands or perhaps millions of years to travel such interstellar distances.
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Rockets were the primary propulsion of [[spacecraft]]. They were generally suitable for short-range [[space travel|spaceflight]], but for traveling to other [[solar system]]s, [[warp drive]] or [[Hyperspace|hyperdrive]] is much more suitable, as it would take a rocket ship thousands or perhaps millions of years to travel such interstellar distances.
   
 
On the [[planet]] [[Krypton]], rockets were a common part of [[transportation]]. They were used as propulsion<ref>Although it is possible that it is [[jet]] propulsion or something similar but different from rocket or jet propulsion.</ref> for [[automobile]]s such as for their [[Kryptonian car|groundcars]] and [[Kryptonian flying car|aircars]]. They presumably make it possible to [[Drive|drive]] [[car]]s much faster than any [[Earth]] automobile. Nevertheless, one would assume that this is a much more restrained rocket, as it would be dangerous to drive at the high [[speed]]s a rocket-powered [[spaceship]] [[Flight|flies]] at.
 
On the [[planet]] [[Krypton]], rockets were a common part of [[transportation]]. They were used as propulsion<ref>Although it is possible that it is [[jet]] propulsion or something similar but different from rocket or jet propulsion.</ref> for [[automobile]]s such as for their [[Kryptonian car|groundcars]] and [[Kryptonian flying car|aircars]]. They presumably make it possible to [[Drive|drive]] [[car]]s much faster than any [[Earth]] automobile. Nevertheless, one would assume that this is a much more restrained rocket, as it would be dangerous to drive at the high [[speed]]s a rocket-powered [[spaceship]] [[Flight|flies]] at.
   
Although [[space travel]] was [[Space travel (Krypton)|illegal]] on Krypton, [[Kryptonian]] spacecraft also have rocket engines. One such [[Kryptonian Space Ark|craft]] was illegally launched from Krypton just prior to its' destruction. It contained [[Jor-El]]'s son, [[Kal-El]], who landed on [[Earth]] in [[Smallville]], [[Kansas]] and grew up to become [[Superman]].
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Although [[space travel]] was [[Space travel (Krypton)|illegal]] on Krypton, [[Kryptonian]] spacecraft also had interstellar rocket engines. One such [[Kryptonian Space Ark|craft]] was illegally launched from Krypton just prior to its' destruction. It contained [[Jor-El]]'s son, [[Kal-El]], who landed on [[Earth]] in [[Smallville]], [[Kansas]] and grew up to become [[Superman]].
   
 
There were two different types of [[spacecraft]] belonging to the [[Deimosian]]s that were encountered by [[Superman]]; the [[Deimos Rocket ship|Deimosian flying saucer]] and [[Deimosian rocket]], both of which were rocket powered [[space ship]]s.<ref>As seen in [[The Force Phantom]] and [[The Magnetic Monster]].</ref>
 
There were two different types of [[spacecraft]] belonging to the [[Deimosian]]s that were encountered by [[Superman]]; the [[Deimos Rocket ship|Deimosian flying saucer]] and [[Deimosian rocket]], both of which were rocket powered [[space ship]]s.<ref>As seen in [[The Force Phantom]] and [[The Magnetic Monster]].</ref>

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Deimosianrocket

A Deimosian rocket.[1]

Batrocket

The Bat-Rocket[2]

A rocket was a type of engine used for the propulsion of certain types of missiles, spacecraft, aircraft and, in rare circumstances, automobiles, such as Kryptonian cars.[3] Rockets ran on rocket fuel.[4]

Rockets were the primary propulsion of spacecraft. They were generally suitable for short-range spaceflight, but for traveling to other solar systems, warp drive or hyperdrive is much more suitable, as it would take a rocket ship thousands or perhaps millions of years to travel such interstellar distances.

On the planet Krypton, rockets were a common part of transportation. They were used as propulsion[5] for automobiles such as for their groundcars and aircars. They presumably make it possible to drive cars much faster than any Earth automobile. Nevertheless, one would assume that this is a much more restrained rocket, as it would be dangerous to drive at the high speeds a rocket-powered spaceship flies at.

Although space travel was illegal on Krypton, Kryptonian spacecraft also had interstellar rocket engines. One such craft was illegally launched from Krypton just prior to its' destruction. It contained Jor-El's son, Kal-El, who landed on Earth in Smallville, Kansas and grew up to become Superman.

There were two different types of spacecraft belonging to the Deimosians that were encountered by Superman; the Deimosian flying saucer and Deimosian rocket, both of which were rocket powered space ships.[6]

References

  1. As seen in The Magnetic Monster (1966).
  2. As seen in ???
  3. Kryptonian cars run on some sort of rocket propulsion, likely a lighter, slower and more "ground" friendly variety.
  4. As seen in Gulliver's Gigantic Goof.
  5. Although it is possible that it is jet propulsion or something similar but different from rocket or jet propulsion.
  6. As seen in The Force Phantom and The Magnetic Monster.

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