All eyes were on the sky in The Bronx Wednesday during an event celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment.

Cheers rang out for four female skydivers as each made a safe landing at Woodlawn cemetery from 4500 feet in the air. 

They are part of the all-female Highlight Pro skydiving team who made the jump Wednesday to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the amendment..which gave some women the right to vote.

The group has been skydiving across the country in places significant to women's rights in partnership with the Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission.  

The women say they hope their jumps will inspire everyone to get out and vote. 

"If you didn't have that right, you would want it so bad. That's when you would realize how important it is. So, it's just, we want people to really recognize that, and get out in November and vote," said Skydivers Amy Chmelecki and Melanie Curtis. 

The group has also jumped in Memphis, Tennessee,  the last state to ratify the 19th amendment and Seneca Falls,  the birthplace of the women's rights movement.

The jump into Woodlawn Cemetery is meant to pay tribute to suffragists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Carrie Chapman Catt who are buried there.