# Terminal Access Codes | No Man's Sky

**Terminal Codes**are solutions to

**number puzzles in No Man’s Sky**. When you visit outposts on the planets you travel to, you’ll sometimes find terminals which require you to solve a puzzle and enter the last part of the

**access code**in order to unlock them. The puzzles aren’t too hard, but you only get one shot at solving them – if you choose the wrong answer, the terminal will stay locked forever. In this guide, we’re going to show you all

**terminal access codes in No Man’s Sky**, what they unlock.

Each terminal you manage to unlock is going to provide you with coordinates for another point of interest – a crashed ship, an alien monument, an abandoned outpost, etc. It’s also going to improve your standing with the faction it belongs to. Some of the problems can be solved by simply swapping around the digits, while others require a bit of addition/substraction.

## 9162 – 1629 – 6291 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 2916

## 5920 – 9205 – 2059 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 0592

## 7771 – 1777 – 7177 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 7717 (thanks Andrew)

## 1212 – 2121 – 1212 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 2121 (thanks Rick Kraft)

## 2738 – 7382 – 3827 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 8273 (thanks Michel Castilho)

## 2109 – 1092 – 0921 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 9201 (thanks Rick Kraft)

## 4865 – 8654 – 6548 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 5486 (thanks Rick Kraft)

## 3941 – 9413 – 4139 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 1394 (thanks Rick Kraft)

**Rewards**:

- Monolith Coordinates
- Korvax reputation

## 9183 – 1839 – 8391 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Description**: The observatory hums gently as it scans the sky. The trader that manned it was clearly looking for something in the cosmos. And it seems the observatory may have found it.

If I can decipher this beacon’s code, I may be able to pinpoint its origin.

**Answer**: 3918

**Rewards**:

- Monolith Coordinates
- Gek reputation

## 9780 – 7809 – 8097 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Description**: A beacon sent from light years away flickers tantalizingly on the monitor, awaiting a response.

But what response do I give?

**Answer**: 0978

**Rewards**:

- Monolith Coordinates
- Gek reputation

### 3987 – 9873 – 8739 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Description**: Images show that this Observatory was once a warzone. Manngled metal, scorched walls and the heavily decayed corpses of a dozen hulking lifeforms betray a brutal firefight.

Now repaired, whatever transpired it must have happened before the Beacon that flashes on screen arrived. Perhaps if I enter the correct code I can decipher it.

**Answer**: 7398

**Rewards**:

- Monolith Coordinates
- Korvax reputation

### 4634 – 6344 – 3446 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Description**: Images of shattered Sentinels are displayed like trophies on this terminal screen. Seems the observatory’s former overseer had a penchant for hunting these machines.

Perhaps their time would have been better spent monitoring incoming Beacons like the one that flashes on a monitor before me. If I can enter the correct access code perhaps I can discover where it originated from.

**Answer**: 4463

**Rewards**:

- Monolith Coordinates
- Korvax reputation

## 1702 – 7021 – 0217 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Description**: A beacon sent long ago from a distant system awaits my response.

Three numbers are visible above an empty input box. I think I know what comes next…

**Answer**: 2170

**Rewards**:

- Distress Signal Coordinates
- Vy’keen reputation

## 5 – 14 – 41 – 122 – XXX

**Type**: Transmission tower

**Answer**: 365

## 5040 – 720 – 120 – 24 – X

**Type**: Transmission tower

**Answer**: 6 (thanks Martinii)

## 3 – 5 – 8 – 13 – 21 – XX

**Type**: Transmission tower

**Answer**: 34

## 1 – 5 – 3 – 7 – 5 – 9 – X

**Type**: Transmission tower

**Answer**: 7 (thanks Wuffi)

## 56 – 59 – 63 – 68 – 74 – XX

**Type**: Transmission tower

**Answer**: 81 (thanks Labre)

## 80 – 71 – 63 – 56 – XX

**Type**: Transmission tower

**Answer**: 50

## 17 – 33 – 65 – 129 – XXX

**Type**: Transmission tower

**Description**: A pulsing red light flashes on the console. Below it, a sequence of numbers repeats itself endlessly below it. It’s clearly a distress signal.

It is a cold, empty and distant way of viewing a disaster that, in all likelihood, cost a pilot’s life. If I can work out the encryption routine, I could perhaps trace a ship’s point of impact.

**Answer**: 257

**Rewards**:

- Distress Signal Coordinates
- Korvax reputation

## 2 – 4 – 12 – 48 – 240 – XXXX

**Type**: Transmission Tower

**Description**: A faint, but insistent, bleeping noise can be heard from the operations terminal.

A garbled distress call can be heard amongst it all, alongside screams and the tearing of metal. The only thing that’s clear to me is a brief number sequence. Cracking its code could lead me to the crash site.

**Answer**: 1440

**Rewards**:

- Distress Signal Coordinates
- Korvax reputation

### 1 – 2 – 6 – 24 – 120 – XXX

**Type**: Transmission Tower

**Description**: Long ago, it seems, an automated distress call went unanswered.

If I can crack the encryption pattern I could potentially extract the coordinates.

**Answer**: 720

**Rewards**:

- Distress Signal Coordinates
- Korvax reputation

### 99 – 92 – 86 – 81 – XX

**Type**: Transmission Tower

**Description**: The transmission readout suggests that, long ago, a distress signal went unanswered.

A sequence of numbers has been repeating itself for so long that its imprint is burnt into the screen. An input box flashes at me insistently. If I crack the code, I can find the ship.

**Answer**: 77

**Rewards**:

- Distress Signal Coordinates
- Vy’keen reputation

### 5 – 14 – 41 – 122 – XXX

**Type**: Transmission Tower

**Answer**: 365 (thanks Qet)

### 1 – 3 – 4 – 7 – 11 – 18 – XX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 29 (thanks Owen)

### 23 – 45 – 89 – 177 – XXX

**Type**: Transmission Tower

**Answer**: 353 (thanks Owen)

### 80 – 71 – 63 – 56 – XX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 50 (thanks Jase)

### 3908 – 9083 – 0839 – XXXX

**Type**: Observatory

**Answer**: 8390

This guide is a work in progress. We’re going to update it with new access codes as soon as we’ve found them.

Why is it that I can never seem to reach the distress signal coordinates for crashed ships? I’ve been flying to the marker for the last 30 minutes and it said it was 17 minutes when I started out….

Fly out into space turn on your pulse drive then turn down sharp into the area. It did it to me too and its so much easier to just jump into space and adjust from there.

The planets in NMS rotate (just like real ones). If you’re not traveling faster than the planet is rotating, your target will slowly get further away from you. Your ship is faster in space (no air resistance), so like Michaela suggests, zip out of the atmosphere, use your upset drive to fly right over your target, then pounce downward like a cat.

*pulse drive

When is this gonna be updated next

I got a sequence just now that has me stumped..

1 – 5 – 3 – 7 – 5 – 9 – X

seems like you add 4 then subtract 2 so the answer should be 7

it seems like to find the answer for any given one you either have to figure out the pattern between the numbers or you have to find which option has the numbers in places they haven’t been yet. the second one is easy but I’m too bad at math to not have to pull a calculator out or alt-tab and just look it up fo the first one lol

each number is the one two places before it plus 2.

Woot.

It’s +4, -2.

The answer would be 7. (Then 11, 9, 13, 11, etc.)

The Sequence is +4 then – 2 repeating the next number in the sequence would be 7

0129 —-2xxx – 9120

9120 is the correct answer.

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I don’t know the answer to this one 1212 – 2121 – 1212 – ****

it’s not the option 1212 again.

Confirmed it’s 2121 for the answer.

answer 2121

Can someone please tell me answer to 5-14-41-122-xxx

365 is the correct answer.

(5×3 = 15 – 1 = 14)

(14×3 = 42 – 1 = 41)

(41×3 = 123 – 1 = 122)

(122×3 = 366 – 1 = 365)

Its 365

It’s 3X -1 so it’s 365

5×3 – 1 = 14×3 – 1 = 41×3 – 1= 122×3 – 1= 365

Each number in the sequence is first multiplied by 3, then you subtract 1.

5 * 3 = 15, -1 = 14

14 * 3 = 42, -1 = 41

41 * 3 = 123, -1 = 122

122 * 3 = 366, -1 = [365]

It’s either 355-365-356

122*3-1 is 365

Multiple the number with 3 -1 gets you the answer

Help me….NIGGAH!!!!!!

365

365

80 – 71 – 63 – 56 – XX = 50

50

6

Thank you Good sir!

2738, 7382, 3827 what would this be?

3278

8273

7238

It’s 8273

The first number moves to the end of the value.

2738 is the original number. Then 2 moves to the end of the number, 7382. Then 7 moves to the end of the number, 3827. Then 3 moves to the end, 8273.

It’s 8273

8273

each time all numbers move 1 spot <– and the first becomes the last. so the next one would be 8273

5040 – 720 – 120 – 24 – x = 6

The answer is 6 because 6 x 4 is 24 then 24 x 5 is 120 120 x 6 is 720 and then 720 x 7 is 5040 😀 had to work it out myself -_-

6

Uhh answer for 1 – 2 – 6 – 24 – 120 – XXX is incorrect or something, I didnt get that number as an option. My answer options are 180 – 620 – or 720

The correct answer that I got is 720

Also, I think some of the answers for these are swapped with answers from another because the answer for 99 – 92 – 86 – 81 – XX is 77 which is the “answer” for the sequence below it. It says the answer for 99 – 92 – 86 – 81 – XX is 720 but 720 is the real answer for the sequence above it.

3 – 5 – 8 – 13 – 21 – XX? Only one I haven’t been able to figure out.

Options are: 35, 34, 32

It should be 34. Seems that each number is previous two numbers added up.

Confirmed, it’s 34. Thanks Gosu!

2109 – 1092 – 0921 – XXXX? Options: 0129, 2109, 9210. Answer wasn’t 0129.

Confirmed it’s 9210.

3941 – 9413 – 4139 – **** Type: Observatory

Options: 9134, 1394, 3149

Answer: 1394

Monolith Coordinates

Korvax reputation

4865 – 8654 – 6548 – **** Type: Observatory

Options: 5648, 5846, 5486

Answer: ??? (not 5846)

It’s the last one, 5486. First option didn’t work either.

5486 TESTED

5486

56 – 59 – 63 – 68 – 74 – xx =81

1 – 5 – 3 – 7 – 5 – 9 – X

7,8,6

It’s 7

7771 – 1777 – 7177 help pls

7717

7717 Correct

1 – 3 – 4 – 7 – 11 – 18 – xx

29 – 28 – 27

1 -3 -4 -7 – 11 – 18 – xx

29

23 – 45 – 89 – 177 – xxx

353

Military Insignia and Images of recently destroyed sentinals fill the screen. Alien Propaganda imagery takes glory in the destruction.

I can resond with a numerical value, and nothing else:

Input a zero

Input a small number

input a large number

A large number

transmission tower

23 – 45 – 89 – 177 – xxx

Ans = 353

You’re missing one. 80 71 63 56 XX Answer is 50

May not be the correct place for this but here ya go anyway.

Type:Korvax Operation Center

Description: I rapidly flick through alien warnings to discover what’s brought the facility offline. All too late, I realize I’m doing the exact same thing again. And again.

I’ve done this before. Many times.

* Reset Clock

* Engage Temporal Capacitor —- This is the correct option to bring the facility back online.

* Recharge flux crystals

thnx, appreciated

2109 – 1092 – 0921 – ****

The answer is 9210.

Saw that this combonation was not an option, so I figured I would help out others like me who are too lazy to figure it out themselves. Lol.

3908-9083-0839-

8390

0839

8039

8390

Zap is that you?

Not 8039:(

For this puzzle 80 – 71 – 63 – 56 – XX I also got a distress signal!

5336 – 3365 – 3653 – ****

6533 or 3566 or 3653

6533

6533

move first number to end

6533

6533

6533

6533 is the answer to future Travelers. (Numbers rotate one digit each)

6533

Found one you guys didn’t have~

4366 – 3664 – 6643 – ****

Answer: 6436

Another one~

7354 – 3547 – 5473 – ****

Answer: 4735

These are both Korvax observatories, btw 🙂

Confirmed!!

I can confirm all three of these are correct:

5336*3365*3653=6533

4366*3664*6643=6436

7354*3547*5473=4735

All were observatories in Korvax territory.

Two lead me to planets I had not discovered yet.

6618 – 8661 – 1866 – 6186

6186 gives you some weird code. went too fast for me to see

You get the response of TRA_OBS_RES_A_8. I got your puzzle the first time then I came back to the puzzle and it changed to what I posted but the response was the same each time.

I got a new one, 6543 – 3654 – 4365 – XXXX

Correct answer: 5436

Afterward, you get the response of TRA_OBS_RES_A_8

Tip; when you want to freeze the screen to write something down, just Alt Tab out of the game.

I got a new one, 2595 – 5259 – 9525 – XXXX

Correct answer: 5952

Afterward, you get the response of TRA_OBS_RES_A_8

Ran into a code 1126.6112.2611 couldn’t find the answer online so here it is = 1261

2109 – 1092 – 0921 – XXXX

Answer is 9210 not 9201

5571 – 1557 – 7155 – **** (5715)

1-5-3-7-5-9-* (7)

1181 – 1118 – 8111 – **** (1811)

1027 – 7102 – 2710 – **** (0271)

9214 – 4921 – 1492 – **** (2149)

1345 – 5134 – 4513 – **** (3451)

8653 . 3865 . 5386 ****

****= 6538

1265 – 5126 – 6512 – ****(2651)

3382 – 2338 – 8233 – ****(3823)

2230 – 0223 – 3022 – ****(2302)

4416 – 6441 – 1644 – ****(4164)

9854 – 4985 – 5498 – ****(8549)

8432 – 2843 – 3284 – ****(4328)

5047 – 7504 – 4750 – ****(0475)

1737 – 7173 – 3717 – ****(7371)

5493 – 3549 – 9354 – ****(4935)

8104 – 4810 – 0481 – ****(1048)

2379 • 9237 • 7923. = ****?

Starts with 3

3792

3792

3792

Why is it when I go to a distress beacon there is never a crashed ship there? Shouldn’t it have a ship there?

I’ve been to two now that said I could repair and get a ship, but nothing there when I arrive. Is this a bug?

Signal tower

5 – 14 – 122 – 365

Distress signal discovered

9162 1626 6291 = 2916

i found this wich is not listed.

23 – 45 – 89 – 177 – ***

answers

353

186

392

saving and trying this several times i got to the answer 353, if so all is multiplied with 2 and substracted with 1 177*177=354 -1=353

1-2-6-24-120…720

New one observatory

5336-3365-3653-****

Ans:

6533

Transmission tower

1126 – 6112 – 2611 – ****

Ans: 1261

2379-9237-7923

Ans: 3792