Gender inequality has been a huge barrier to the upliftment not only of women but of whole Earth, imagine half the population of some places which are women are not allowed to work or dream. In India, gender inequality in some states is so prevalent that people go as far as to commit crime such as female foeticide for a will of not wanting the girl child. This huge gap can only be bridged if we are able to change the ideology. Women have accomplished a lot in the world if men have let gone of their laid back ideology. The first person ever to win 2 Nobel prizes was Madam Curie a female. The youngest person in the world to be awarded the Nobel prize is Malala Yousafzai who fought for right to education for women in her society for which she was shot but survived to be awarded the Nobel peace prize. What is the main barrier to gender equality, it is the ideology of some men and demolished right to education for young men in some places. If women were allowed to educate then would have been able to stand up on their own feet and not in need of shelter. Space can provide for tele education for such women who aren’t allowed to leave their homes and to go to schools in less developed countries. Space4Women is a project undertaken by UNOOSA that strives to make STEM and Space accessible to women. Women can work in the field of space STEM and thus be empowered.