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Terrestrial timescales show instabilities due to the physical limitations of the atomic clocks. Stricter environmental isolation and increased numbers of improved cesium clocks and cavity-tuned hydrogen masers have resulted in time scales more accurate by a factor of about ve. The use of dierent clock ensembles results in measurable changes in some millisecond pulsar timing data. We i n v estigate the possible application of millisecond pulsars to dene a precise long-term time standard anddoi:10.1007/978-1-4612-2378-8_42 fatcat:qyxew5rp5vat3jdo6ddycwab4q