To my users,

        I designed and developed the first version of SpaceX Time Machine back in January of 2017 in a matter of a few weeks. There were a lot of space launch websites, but none offered the full package of launch information, videos, photos, etc, for all SpaceX launches past, present, and future. I wanted to grow my skills as a software developer and work on something that people would find interesting/useful. Running SpaceX Time Machine is costly and requires a lot of work to make sure the launch schedules are up to date, as well as making sure photos and videos are added for each launch. All of which I’ve been doing myself this whole time. My personal life and my career have grow exponentially since I started this project and sadly it is time to move on. Maintaining the website has become a burden and takes away from the joy I once felt watching SpaceX launches. SpaceX is changing the space industry for the better and I want to go back being a spectator/fan. I want to thank everyone who supported me through this journey and took the time to reach out and thank me or tell me how much they enjoyed SpaceX Time Machine, it truly meant a lot. I am beyond excited to see what the future holds for Starship and Super Heavy. I hope it inspires everyone like it continues to inspire me on a daily basis.

Don’t doubt your vibe,

Evan Hlavaty