"Cine a fost pe Lună?"
Translation:Who was on the moon?
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In England, we usually call Earth's moon, the Moon to distinguish it from other moons; Callisto, Europa, Titan, and Cheiron.
In Star Wars, it is "That is no moon," not "That is no Moon," but when they are going to a particular moon, Luke could write, "We are landing on the moon," or "We are landing on the Moon."
Does Romanian make the same distinction?
Now I imagine Harry Potter landing on Luna.