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A double exposure shows Dali with different expressions in 1965. “Take me, I am the drug; take me, I am hallucinogenic,” he said. He was born on May 11, 1904, in nearby Figueres, the son of a strict lawyer father and an indulgent mother. Dali claimed he was descended from the Moors.

There’s nothing else quite like it20 Dali Portraits: Odd & Amazing

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Robert Doisneau // Shop Window, 1947 // From Paris

Artaud’s pencil

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On Aug. 23, 1966, humanity welcomed its first view of Earth taken by a spacecraft from the vicinity of the Moon. The photo was transmitted to Earth by NASA’s unmanned Lunar Orbiter I — a robotic surveyor sent into orbit to map possible lunar landing sites years before the Apollo program — and was received at a NASA tracking station near Madrid, Spain. In celebration of the 45th anniversary of the landmark transmission, LIFE.com presents other remarkable, moving, humbling photos of our lonely blue and green planet taken from the depths of space.

Out of this world, literally: Earth Seen From Space

You don’t even know me, window.

Corky the Bartender at The Scarecrow Festival in Kettlewell, England

"I don’t care what anybody says about me as long as it isn’t true." - Truman Capote

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The Department of Homeland Security recently issued a chilling report: Americans, it said, can expect an upsurge in “rightwing extremism” from White nationalists, militias, and groups like the Ku Klux Klan. The Klan, of course, has had a hand in some of the nation’s most infamous acts of racial terror and murder.

But what does the KKK look like today? Photographer Anthony Karen has documented the modern-day Klan in their homes, at rallies, and at Klan gatherings, taking us deep inside a world we would otherwise never see — a world most of us might not even want to know about. The unnerving photos featured here, exclusively on LIFE.com, are from his book, “The Invisible Empire: Ku Klux Klan.” “The majority of people I’ve come across,” Karen told LIFE, “you’d only know they were in the Klan if they decided to share that.”

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