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From their earliest cinematic appearance in Georges Méliès's "A Trip to the Moon" in 1902, our conception of life beyond Earth has changed to reflect our hopes and fears, the technology we've mastered, and our growing knowledge of the universe. Watch our depictions of extraterrestrial life change over nearly 100 films and 112 years.

Edited by Adam Schleichkorn and Bryan Menegus.

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The most recent cover of Rolling Stone magazine features an error on the cover that most of us who passed the sixth grade should be able to spot (emphasis on should...). Can you spot it? That's right, while John Hancock famously signed the Declaration of Independence, his signature cannot be found on the Constitution.

Louis-Dreyfus seems to allude that, while having yet to comment on the matter, she and Rolling Stone were in on it, referencing a White House staff character from her sitcom, Veep.

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