The Möbius Inversion is a small
wormhole that was encountered in the Star Trek: Voyager episode
"Drive". Located near the end of the course for the Antarian
Transstellar Rally, high levels of radiation from the Möbius
Inversion blocked the sensors of the Delta Flyer during the race. When
it entered the Möbius Inversion, its status from outside the
wormhole was unknown. While in the Möbius Inversion, the Delta
Flyer reversed its deflector polarity to deflect the shields of two
rival vessels, creating a gap for it to pass through and take the lead.
There have been various wormhole models developed in real physics but
none of them are named "Möbius Inversions". Lorentzian wormholes
are mainly studied in general relativity and semiclassical gravity,
while Euclidean wormholes are studied in particle physics. Traversable
wormholes are a special kind of Lorentzian wormholes which would allow
a human to travel from one side of the wormhole to the other.
Lorentzian wormholes known as Schwarzschild wormholes or EinsteinRosen
bridges are bridges between areas of space that can be modeled as
vacuum solutions to the Einstein field equations by combining models of
a black hole and a white hole.
The name Möbius Inversion may have been conceived by the writers
of Star Trek as a homage to mathematician August Möbius  a German
mathematician and theoretical astronomer who is best known for his
discovery of the Möbius strip, a nonorientable twodimensional
surface with only one side when embedded in threedimensional Euclidean
space.

The Delta Flyer enters the The Möbius Inversion
Möbius
strip
