As a high-school intern at the Kennedy Space Center, Danielle Wood was inspired by NASA’s inimitable capacity for precision, collaboration, and achievement. She dreamed of a career in the space program, but also aspired to serve communities directly—while advancing opportunities for women of color. Wood recently established Space Enabled, a research group within the MIT Media Lab, whose mission is to advance justice on Earth using designs enabled by space technologies. Space Enabled brings together scholars; partners from governments, agencies, and socially-minded entrepreneurial groups; and puts it all together to prototype space-technology applications in areas such as managing invasive plants, caring for water resources, and even curbing the spread of disease. Join Wood as she reveals the myriad ways we can use lessons drawn from space for the benefit of all humankind.