NASA’s Kepler Twitter hacked, hacker tweets raunchy images

Yesterday, NASA’s Kepler Twitter account began tweeting some really raunchy images. For a brief few minutes on Wednesday, Kepler followers could see NSFW images instead of the usual moon, stars and asteroid pics. This was because the account, @NASAKepler, got hacked, with the hacker posting a view of a woman’s butt.

PostGhost, a site that tracks deleted tweets for verified accounts stated that NASA was able to restore the account in 16 minutes.

Within those 16 minutes, the hackers used the account to tweet really nasty pics which become a butt of joke on social media.

Kepler Twitter account belongs to NASA and normally tweets about new planetary findings. Kepler had recently tweeted about the newly discovered 9 planets in a habitable zone of stars where conditions could be right for liquid water, and potentially life.

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