Goodnight Moon Base completes a successful Kickstarter campaign!

Hooray for everyone who wants to bring dreams of living on the moon to children every night for bedtime! The Kickstarter campaign to help bring GOODNIGHT MOON BASE to publication in 2021 has met its crowdfunding goal!

My huge THANK YOU and congratulations to everyone who made this possible! Especially my family, close friends, colleagues, and coworkers from over many years. I and my illustrator Steve Tanaka are looking forward to finishing the book ASAP and providing all of your rewards to you in the weeks and months ahead.

Special thanks and recognition to all of the partners and collaborators in the campaign! That is Moon Village Association, For All Moonkind, JP Aerospace, and Julie Gallaher at Get on the Map. Recognition also to Lifeboat Foundation who was planned to be included in the campaign but Kickstarter didn’t approve of the plan to share some of the contributions with their Bitcoin Endowment Fund. Too bad for this phase but it will still be included as a book revenue partner after it is published! Along with all of these other partners plus many more great organizations and institutions.

I made a short video to say “thanks” and congratulations to everyone involved in the Kickstarter campaign. Please click this link or the image below to go to that post on the Kickstarter page. You’ll also see that we had some more contributions come in right before the campaign ended.

If you missed being a part of this Kickstarter campaign and want to ask for any of the rewards or gifts you see there, please contact me directly: brett (at) Or find and connect with me on LinkedIn (Brett Hoffstadt PMP) or Twitter (@BrettRocketSci). If you want a copy of GOODNIGHT MOON BASE as soon as it’s available you’ll be able to get some special bonuses or discounts if you contact me directly too.

Thanks again everyone! The best is yet to come for rocket science and for humanity beyond Earth!

About Brett Rocket Scientist

Brett creates artful work in engineering, ideas, and innovation. In addition to 2 degrees, 3 patents, and over 15 years experience in aerospace engineering, he is the author of several books to foster STEM careers. He volunteers his time and skills as an officer with professional societies.

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