A local day was the measurement of time that it took a planet to fully rotate on its axis. Most terrestrial planets that were not subjected to tidal lock or other extreme conditions usually had a local day in the range of 18 to 36 standard hours. Satellite planets orbiting gas giants could have local days which were dozens of hours long.



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