Plan your interstellar jumps. Sometimes you can get into a situation where you don't have enough resources for the next jump. You can, of course, stay in the same system and get additional fuel or oxygen, but this is the worst possible way. Resources on the planets are depleted, and you will get them exactly as much as you spend on landing, and sometimes less. Therefore, to avoid such a deadlock, try to monitor the level of fuel and oxygen - they should be enough to make a jump at least to the nearest system where you can land on a planet or launch a probe.naccumulate iron. You will need it not only for crafting, repairing the ship and equipment, but also for landing on the surface of the stars, as it makes the ship's hull stronger, protecting it from the dangerous atmosphere.know your capabilities. Don't try to explore black holes and the atmospheres of stars until you have the necessary equipment. Do not waste fuel and other resources on such experiments - first find this equipment or create it by crafting.Develop technologies. Fuel, minerals, and oxygen are all very important, but they only help you maintain life, and nothing more. If you need progress, you will not be able to do without the development of new technologies. To gain new knowledge, blueprints, and even ships, you need to communicate with aliens and explore outposts-and this is a must. Do the math. Control your supply of oxygen and fuel, especially since they are constantly spent on jumps, flights to planets, landings and takeoffs, drilling and launching probes. The game does not warn you about the consequences of your actions, but always gives you a chance: if the fuel supply is running out, there should be a planet around, whose atmosphere contains reserves of helium and hydrogen.R Do not overload the ship's compartments. You always need a small supply of iron, and oxygen and fuel can be gradually transferred from the compartments to the tanks to make room for the extracted rare minerals and new equipment.N Do not forget about the extraction of resources on inhabited planets. If you find yourself in inhabited worlds, then, of course, you need to communicate with their inhabitants and learn about new technologies, but, at the same time, do not forget about drilling and obtaining oxygen – this is no less important. be enterprising. Sometimes you will have a choice: do nothing or take a chance and fly into the unknown. Your ship may get damaged during the flight, but if you have a supply of iron, it is not as dangerous as you think. The advantages of such a flight will be drawings and new equipment, which will outweigh the possible damage.
Communicate and remember the words. In the process of communicating with the aliens, you will learn new words that you can use in the future. If you die, all the words you know will be lost. If you want, you can copy them to any application that allows you to save notes, and then, starting the game over, you can independently decipher what the inhabitants of any planet tell you.the short list of our tips is over – we wish you a successful passage!