Hello! I wasn't sure where to post this so if I'm in error please excuse me. I find myself in a rather comfortable position of being enrolled in uni but having plenty of time to spare. Furthermore, my current academic lets me pick a major/minor next year of..well almost anything really. I've been rather obsessed with astronomy but I've never had the chance to really study it. On top of this, while I've had maths and physics in high school it's all rather blurry to me now. Hence my question to you: what should my path/books to astronomy next year look like? The current plan is to start out with brushing up my basic math skills which shouldn't take long and I think I'll move on to precalculus (Stewart?) and Calculus (Spivak I think) next. Then I want to dive into physics but I'm rather lost among all the comprehensive books and names there. It's also unclear to me how far I should take physics before jumping over to astronomy. If any of you could enlighten me which books to pick up for self study for maths, physics and ultimately for astronomy and which order/subjects to study specifically for astronomy I would be much obliged. I'm probably going to enhance my self study with online lectures, and I will have access to academic aid (and more importantly, libraries) if need be.