The goal of this challenge is to check and extend the OEIS sequence A334248: Number of distinct acyclic orientations of the edges of an n-dimensional cube.
Take an n-dimensional cube (if n=1, this is a line; if n=2, a square; if n=3, a cube; if n=4, a hypercube/tesseract; etc), and give a direction to all of its edges so that no cycles are formed. The terms of the sequence are the number of (rotationally and reflectively) distinct orientations that can be obtained.
For n=2, there are 14 ways to assign directions to the edges of a square with no cycles formed:
However, only three of these are distinct if they are rotated and reflected:
So when n=2, the answer is 3.
The winner of this fastest-code challenge will be the program that calculates the most terms when run on my computer (Ubuntu, 64GB RAM) in one hour. If there is a tie, the program that computes the terms in the shortest time will be the winner.