|Full title||The Relativity of Wrong: Essays on the Solar System and Beyond [permalink]|
|Author||Isaac Asimov (author)|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Categories||Anthology, astronomy, physics and science|
Explains atoms and isotopes, planets and satellites, novas and supernovas. It also contains a title essay, which is available online. In it, he explains that there is a continuum from right to wrong, and that it's possible to be righter and wronger. For instance, if you think the Earth is flat you are wronger than if you think the Earth is a sphere. You're still wrong, because the Earth is more like an oblate spheroid, but even that is wrong. And so on.