The listed resources for these journals are certainly not all inclusive. Many scientific texts have been read since the mid-80s, some that are now rather outdated. Specific references are found in the footnotes of each journal.
- Isaac Asimov and his numerous books written about the different disciplines in the sciences. Specifically see Asimov on Astronomy, 1975.
- Great Courses by the Teaching Company: Various lecture series of college courses given by well known university professors and presented on tapes and/or DVD's.
- "Science News", "Scientific American", "Sky and Telescope", and "Astronomy" magazines.
- NASA website that includes NASA's News, Missions, and Multimedia.
- Astronomy Picture of the Day; apod.nasa.gov/ ; a service of ASD at NASA / GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
- NASA APOD website presenting Starship Asterisk* which is an APOD and General Astronomy Discussion Forum. (also, used for debating issues)
- Physics Forum website which is a discussion forum for any topic in the physics world.
- My amazing, unbelievable, personal traveling library without equal: the Google search engine and Wikipedia.