A projectile driven by reaction propulsion that carries its own propellants.
→ missile = mušak (
From It. rocchetto "a rocket," literally "a bobbin," diminutive of rocca "a distaff," with reference to its shape.
axtaršenâsi bâ roket
Fr.: astronomie par fusée
The study of celestial bodies in the wavelengths that are almost completely absorbed by the atmosphere, by using a rocket to carry instruments above 250 km to measure the searched for phenomena.
roket šenâsi, roketgari
The science of rocket design, development, and flight.
→ rocket + -ry a noun suffix.