Support the Aerospace Engineering Blog

This website is a free educational resource and will always remain so. It is as much about me trying to pass on some of the things I have learned about aerospace engineering, as it is about me learning from interactions with readers (for a good example of this, see the discussion at the bottom of this post).

However, if you do feel like you want to support the website then there are many ways you can do so—from simply signing-up to the newsletter, to giving us a like on Facebook or leaving a review of the podcast on iTunes, or even buying me a coffee via a small donation.

That being said, the most personal way to support the website is to send me an email or to leave a comment at the bottom of a post about any questions you might be having. I love hearing from readers, and as I said above, I always come away having learned something through these interactions. So please do not hesitate to reach out: rainer.groh [at] bristol [dot] ac [dot] uk


The Amazon Banner

If you’re buying something from Amazon and you click-through the button below, then I get a small percentage of the total sale at no extra cost to you. These little bits and bobs add-up over the months!

Shop Amazon

 

Donate

If you value the website as an educational resource, consider supporting it by buying me coffee or even lunch :). You can donate any amount of your choice via PayPal. Thank you for anything you can do!

 

Review on iTunes

Love the podcast? Then you can leave a review on iTunes to help spread the word.

Leave A Review

 

Like on Facebook

A simple Facebook Like goes a long way towards spreading the word. Facebook is also a great way to get in touch with me or discuss aerospace-related topics with other readers. 

Facebook Like

 

Newsletter

Each month I send out a digest of the newest posts and podcast episodes on this blog, as well as interesting book recommendations and other aerospace related articles, pictures and videos that I find across the internet. You can sign-up below:

 

Comments are closed.