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The Saturn V was an American Human-rated expendable rocket that was in service with NASA in the mid-to-late 20th century. This rocket was used for the Apollo and Skylab programs.

In 1968, a Saturn V rocket secretly containing a sub-orbital warhead was launched from the McKinley Rocket Base on April 4th. It suffered a serious malfunction, went off course and exploded. The true details regarding this mishap at the time was "never generally revealed." (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

Images of the missile in space shown on the Beta 5 computer screen was taken from film shot during the Apollo 4 interstage separation sequence.

Around the same time, the design of the assignment patch for Apollo 9 included the Saturn, with the words USA on its hull. (ENT: "First Flight")

After Jonathan Archer restored a damaged timeline in 2154, a Saturn V rocket could be seen in the time stream as the timeline realigned itself. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

Footage of the Saturn V rocket is also shown in the opening credits of Star Trek: Enterprise.

In an alternate reality 2255, a model of a Saturn V could be seen in the Shipyard Bar in Iowa. In addition, a picture of the rocket was amongst the many pictures displayed in the corridor leading to the main bar space. (Star Trek)

An image depicting the launch of a Saturn V was contained in the library computer of the USS Enterprise in 2254. (TOS-R: "The Cage")

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