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The Dataseam Learning Library contains resources for teachers and students. Developed in collaboration with Participating Partner Schools, Universities and Organizations, this collection of programs, examples and content is for sharing.
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Kentucky Space Sci-Fi Project Projects
Warped World
by: The Academy @ Shawnee Middle School

Taevon stays up late playing video games, again. The next morning he is barely able to stay awake in class. While dreaming, he is transported to an alternate universe where everything he holds dear has drastically changed. In this dark and twisted universe, the technology police are out to get him. While searching for his two best friends, Javion and Daniel, Taevon makes a disturbing discovery – technology has evolved and robbed his friends of their identities.

Jaguar II: The Next MIssion
by: Joseph Falcon

A movie about a continued mission after it’s first spacecraft lost control and sunk into the ocean; Jaguar II will have new computers to prevent the loss of control and hacking which is what led to the deaths on board the first spacecraft. The FBI is given this case and has to find the hacker and arrest them before it’s too late to save Jaguar II.

The Dark Side of the Earth
by: Alan Lin and Benjamin Rose

After drilling too deep into the mantle of the Earth a team of engineers and scientists must fight to survive in a world that has become inhospitable to them.

Vachinas; The Space Elephant
by: Chad Krawiec

An illustration that represents an alien race.

Sculptris 3D Modeling Software and photoshop.


Genetic Journey
by: Makala Wright and Hope Mohon (Team)

Digital Photography; no photoshop

The Face of the Phases
by: Chasity Ritchie

Digital Photography Series using iPhoto/editing software.

A personal space series based on the phases of the moon.


by: Abby Coin

An original story about a society living on a distant planet named Prontius. The people that lived there once came from earth to occupy it, and have lived there for centuries. However, some people had chosen to stay on earth and still continue living there.

Years later, many people on Prontius decided that they wanted to go back to earth, knowing that some had stayed and continue residing there. Civil war broke out between the people who wanted to continue living on Prontius and the ones who wanted to go back to earth. The side that wished to continue living on Prontius won, and even though centuries have passed since the civil war, the politics are still complex and all space crafts are banned from leaving the planet.

The main character is a son of the leader of the main nation on Prontius. Both he and his lower class friend believe in going back to earth, despite the fact his parents enforce the idea of staying on Prontius. The characters had made a detailed plan to escape, however only one of them could go. The story takes place five years after she made the escape.

Martian Malady
by: Mazie Coomes

Everything is going smoothly on Mars  until a race decides to invade and colonize it. This may have been okay until the martians realize that the invaders brought something along with them.

The Arcadian Chronicles: Chapter 1 Liberation
by: Jeremy Webb and Bryce Hendrixson

A brief screenplay set in a steampunk universe where airships soar and tensions are high.

The Mystery Planet
by: Sabrina Gibson

Watercolor with Digital Enhancement

Who Is Out There?
by: Erica Burden

Digitized Pencil Drawing

Cloud Tree
by: Kalea Varvel

Acrylic, pencil and digital enhancement/photoshop.

Never-Ending Paradise
by: Haley Hernandez

Linoleum Print / Ink on Paper

Original size 14×16



by: Alexis Drumheller

Pencil Drawing with Digital Enhancement

Rose Colored Universe
by: Saylor Pehm

Oil Pastel with Digital Enhancement

by: Laura Duke

On a journey through the ever-growing Multiverse, we come to a world where women, rather than having children, give birth to new universes. This woman is in the process of creating a universe, which is budding from her third eye. My inspiration comes from the various theories of a multiverse, especially the idea that there are parallel universes. In the background, the blackness represents the absence of anything, or nothingness. Since the third eye is an energy center, or chakra, it’s symbolic of the life source that maintains the existence of the universe. Her third eye contains a black hole that serves as the entrance to a wormhole to the new universe being created, while the exit at the other end is a “white hole”. Unlike humans, this race is without physical and mental boundaries, which gives them godlike abilities.

Cloning “Earth” Shoe
by: Alesha Luckett

Digital Art

by: Kendra Mosby

Digital Art

Lunar Colony Rendering
by: Cody Piper

Digital Art

Not Your Typical Day
by: Julie Wood

Photography with pencil drawing and digital enhancement.

by: Brittany White

Acrylic self-portrait

Original Size:  11×14

by: Alyssa Mallory & Valentin Kittel

Original photography with digital enhancement.

Future Study
by: Alora Bleu Snodgrass

Photography with minor digital enhancement.

The Martians
by: Isaac Gray and Hunter Byrne

Martians are in search of a new home.

Dear Diary
by: Lea Hill and Noah Goff

Our story is about a guy who is left stranded on earth. He searches for weeks to find a voice he heard in the back of his head. Along the way he finds a dog and his someone he never knew he would see again.

“A Hero From Another Planet”
by: Amadeus Barrenbruegge

Pencil drawing with digital enhancement in Photoshop.

Banettes revenge
by: alysia shouse

a girl who gets a doll that get revenge.

New Beginnings
by: Bethanie Durham and Olivia Whitaker

When nuclear fallout occurs, five survivors must come up with a plan to get off Earth to find a new planet to inhabit. Will they make it to Mars or will all hope be lost?

by: Luke Bratcher and Jakob Robbins

An unnamed character introduces us to the future of who we are and what we might become. Clones are the future but you never know who you’re dealing with.

by: Thomas Roth and Lauren Laumas

Two teens find out that reality is not what it seems, and their whole life is a lie.  Where will their loyalties lie?

Jurassic Kingdom
by: Jenny Wooten and Kaitelynn Burns-Kirby

Dinosaurs are teleported via meteor to an unknown planet in which earthlings discover and take over.

Refreshed Earth
by: Caleb Roberts
by: Emma Strain and Kasey Wathen

The people from planet Neptune are questioning our brains. Are they right? Are they wrong? How are they more ahead than the people on Earth? We should be the society who is the most advanced…or are we?

by: Aubrey Hollingsworth

An alien from the planet Uma, fell in love with a human from Earth. When her father found out Earth had to pay.

Digital Dawn
by: Josh Ward

Original Mixed Media with watercolor, acrylic, digital enhancement/ photoshop

by: Alex Embry

A illustration/prototype created using Sculptris/ 3D imaging software.


The Survivor
by: Destiny Rager

Watercolor / Colored Pencils/ Digital Enhancement

by: Lacie Groves

Illustration designed using Sculptris (3D software)

F 947
by: Ethan Cartwright

3D Modeling software used/ Sculptris

Among The Living Aliens
by: Katie Emerson

Watercolor Original /  Digitally Enhanced.

The Explosion
by: Kelsey Payne

When this new, amateur astronaut is sent on his first space exploration, he faces what he thought he would never have to in his life. As this young space explorer is forced to face the inevitable, you may feel that you’ll have to look over your shoulder to ensure your own safety.

by: Caleb McLevain


Original Size 8.5 x 11

Rover Rage
by: Brandon Sherwood

Digital Art /watercolor; added digital filters.

by: Sarah Cox

Mixed media: watercolor, gold foil

Approximate size: 10 x 14 inches

Organic Warfare
by: Will Lewis

Digital Art;  3D Modeled Space Scene using the programs Sculptris and Photoshop.

Fueling Turtle
by: Taryn Mercer

Pen & Ink Drawing with Digital Enhancement/Digital Art.

Glacier Moon
by: Bella Ray

Watercolor pencil drawing with digital enhancement / digital art

Original Size 10 x 14

Outer Space-D
by: Hannah Brown and Abby Coin

Original photography with digital enhancement/ Digital Art

by: MacKensie Ford

17 x 14.5 Mixed Media Collage with Digital Enhancement