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Confection Objection: Renaming the Candy Rocket

Candy Powered Rocket

Sugar lovers and space enthusiasts around the world came together recently to rejoice this stunning headline: Japan Built a Candy-Powered Rocket. Powered by twenty soft candies, the cavity-inducing fuel successfully propelled the rocket to 813 feet! While the blood sugar levels of the scientists behind the project were undocumented, the video showed no signs of any sugar-high crash even as the rocket itself plummeted to the earth. The name of this sweet feat? The Candy Rocket… Such a creative achievement shouldn’t be sold short as space junk food! So blastoff, PopNamers, and rename that rocket!

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