NASA Admits Kepler 452b Artist was “Tripping Tits Off”

— Mountain View, CA. July 26, 2015

Artist impression of Kepler-452b

Artist impression of Kepler-452b (SETI Institute)

Following mounting pressure, NASA and the SETI Institute have admitted that the illustrator responsible for the Kepler-452b artistic impression was “tripping his tits off” while creating the now famous image.

The colorful concept art shows the most Earth-like planet ever encountered, as seen through the eyes of an entity swooping over the pastel-shaded and smoke spewing landscape in what we now know to be an acid-tripping haze.

According to a spokesperson from the SETI Institute, “we’ve been celebrating nonstop since the discovery, and we’re all pretty much wasted.”

The artist, whose name has not been released, was apparently enjoying his fifth experimental microdot — developed off-the-clock by NASA’s Pharmacology Lab — when he drew the image of Kepler-452b.

Both SETI and NASA have said they kind of like the image and have no plans to change the artwork. Furthermore, one senior NASA technician explained that if you rotate the picture 90 degrees clockwise, you can see the snarling face of a giant lizard man.

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