OHIO — Ohioans and those visiting the Buckeye State got to witness a possibly once-in-a-lifetime cosmic event: a total solar eclipse. 

While some parts of Ohio were in partial totality, others got to see it in its entire glory, including Cleveland, parts of Columbus and Dayton. 

Throughout Ohio, hundreds of thousands of people donned their solar eclipse glasses and took a look at the sky. For nearly four minutes, skies darkened to what seemed like night time, and people gathered together to take in the experience. 

Here is what they saw: