Rapid prOtotyping of 2D non-CartesIan K-space trajEcTories (ROCKET) aims to aid researchers interested in rapid development and testing of new MR methods starting from pulse sequence design to image analysis. This was achieved by utilizing Pulseq for pulse sequence design and graphical programming interface for image reconstruction and analysis. ROCKET was demonstrated on two non-Cartesian k-space trajectories – FID based radial and spiral. Each trajectory was tailored into three different trajectories based on rotating angle – standard, golden angle and tiny golden angle. All studies were performed on Siemens scanner demonstrated on in-vitro phantom and in-vivo healthy brain acquisitions and SNRs were computed.