So in a setting I'm developing, a moon orbits a gas giant once every four days. It naturally is tidally locked to the parent body. Halfway through the day part of the cycle there is a two hour solar eclipse. If you assume hour zero is dawn, then the schedule looks somewhat like this for the part of the moon facing the gas giant (the part of the moon not facing the gas giant looks the same except it lacks the eclipse):
- 0-22.9: daylight
- 23-24.9: eclipse
- 25-47.9: daylight
- 48-95.9: night
Oh and I didn't specify it yet, but this moon is pretty Earth-like. Humans can easily survive on it; the gravity, atmosphere and temperature range is very similar.
A broad question anyone here can answer is: How would humans react to being placed on this moon?
However I'm looking for the answer to this question specifically: how would the day timetable specified above affect human sleeping patterns? What would happen?