definitely a #dataglitch might be due to a cosmic ray hitting the detector
that's a #dataglitch
no transit here - that's a #dataglitch and a #gap - the gap is caused either by Kepler not observing or because of bad data typically due to a cosmic ray hitting the detector and saturating it. in this case the data reduction pipeline had a problem with gap and didn't do well calibrating the data...
looks like a #dataglitch to me