Or 36 hours a day per Abydos on Stargate SG1. Though, then we could get into what methodology do they use to define, 'hour'. It could simply be a 22 Earth Hour day but local customs use a 36 Abydos hour day. After all, when discussing time on other planets, we'll have to specify the relative units. The Earth's moon goes around the Earth once every 28 Earth days and is near enough to being tidally locked. The day/night cycle, i.e. lunar day, would be 28 Earth days. If we lived on the Moon, we might divide Lunar nights into 28 Lunar Hours per Lunar Day based on when we see the same patterns on that blue thing in the sky. Dividing the 14 Earth days worth of sunlight up might be more difficult without some sort of independent timepiece... Yes, it gets more complicated than that. Enough detail for a side track on a news thread.