On the Subject of Planets

Why do people do this... The Milky Way shouldn't be on a bomb!

This module consists of a planet, a keypad (0-9), a delete button and a space button.

Step 1:

  • Find the planet's number in the table.
  • Multiple by 123.
  • Multiply the number of solved modules by 10 then add to the number above.
  • This is number A.

Step 2:

  • Get the number of batteries multiplied by 5.
  • Multiply the number of lit indicators by 6 then add the the number above.
  • This is number B.

Step 3:

  • Get the number A.
  • Add the number B.
  • Add 4 multiplied by the number of ports.
  • Add 21 multiplied by 22.
  • This is number C.

Step 4:

  • Get the product of all the strip colour number from the reference below.
  • Change the value based on the table strip change one.
  • Multiply by the number in the table strip change two.
  • Multiply by 5 if the last strip is off or white.
  • This is number D.

Step 5:

  • Take the absolute value of number C times number D.
  • Modulo 1,000,000.
  • Enter the code and hit the space!

Planet Number Reference

Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Other
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Strip Colour Number Reference

Aqua Blue Green Lime Orange Red Yellow White Off
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Strip Change One

  • Strip one is across the top.
  • Strip four is down the side.
Aqua Blue Green Lime Orange Red Yellow White Off
Aqua +0 +5 +6 -6 +7 -5 -2 -1 -2
Blue -3 +6 -2 +7 -5 -9 -1 +8 +9
Green -5 +2 -8 -4 +3 -2 +9 +3 -3
Lime +2 +6 -5 -5 -7 -1 -9 +8 -6
Orange -9 -7 +4 -4 +6 +3 -2 +6 -4
Red -8 -4 +8 -4 +1 -9 +5 -2 +2
Yellow -6 +3 +4 -5 -4 -7 +5 +4 +4
White +1 -8 +2 -3 +4 -5 -8 +4 -3
Off -4 +3 -1 +8 -9 -9 +0 +8 -1

Strip Change Two

  • Strip three is used here.
Aqua Blue Green Lime Orange Red Yellow White Off
89 30 41 97 49 63 60 3 74