I generally try to avoid posting threads like this but this isn't exactly something one can Google. How, at sixteen and with very little math knowledge, can I get started in astrophysics? I read about physics and have a grasp on some concepts but I don't know anything about the math involved and can't even begin to understand it having only algebra one knowledge and very limited geometry knowledge. I don't know where to begin and the thought of having to wait another two years to take the classes required to understand the math behind astrophysics kills me. I apologize if this is too vague of a question but I don't really know where else to go. And I did read the "So you want to be a physicist" page, but pretty much all I got out of it was to make sure I have a handle on all of my high school math classes. Call me impatient but basically what I'm asking is if there is any way for me to get started a little early. Thanks for any help.