Rocket

(1) A Fanzine by Dan McPhail

A fanzine by Dan McPhail which was quickly renamed Phantasy Press (which see).

(2) A fanzine by Walt Daugherty

A fanzine published by Walt Daugherty with a single 30-page issue in March 1940.

(3) The Symbol of SF

from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
The only general symbol of science-fiction, says Dan McPhail, and the only known way of accomplishing interplanetary travel, which is a number one scientific ambition of fandom. Many fans in early days joined rocket societies such as the ARS or BIS to back or perform experimental work on rockets; and when the war gave great impetus to rocketry, some fans formed definite plans to join the research which, they hoped, would lead to construction of the first space ship — in our time.
from Fancyclopedia 1 ca. 1944
The symbol of science-fiction, and the only known way of accomplishing interplanetary travel, which is the number one scientific ambition of fandom. Many fans have joined rocket societies such as the BIS and ARS to back or perform experimental work on rockets. The war having given great impetus to rocketry, some fans are definitely planning to join the research which will lead to construction of the first space ship. In our time.