Well, not quite: for one, we only want half of the big sphere. If the small one rolls off the rim, it magically reappears on the opposite side. That's a projective plane!
The figure you get when you sew opposite points of the boundary of a hemisphere together is called a cross cap. Before you try that at home: it can't be embedded in 3-space without self-intersection.
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