Saturn 5 is the name of the rocket type used for the moon missions. The first rocket launched on November 9, 1967 and the last rocket was used on May 15, 1973. The most popular use of Saturn 5 is the one that launched on July 16, 1969. Saturn was an old god of mythology; it is also the name of the sixth planet in our solar system. Being that it is sixth in order means that it symbolically stands for the sixth synonym for God (in the Word and Science order) – Truth. The number 5 is symbolic for the fifth synonym for God – Life. So you have Truth and Life together reaching out for the moon.