Thanks to comments from Doc Pedersen and nsayer, I ordered an Electrical Frequency Controlled (EFC) Ovenized Crystal Oscillator (OCXO) with TTL output to improve the short term stability.
It is a muRata OC2545-DT 10.00 MHz OCXO Crystal Oscillator.
OC2545-DT Datasheet
Thanks to the commenters I now have some new parts on hand:
muRata OC2545-DT 10.00 MHz OCXO Crystal Oscillator
12 bit i2c DAC board (To generate the control voltage – Delta Sigma w/Filter)
Ad a fruit Si5351 Clock Generator Breakout (To generate microcontroller clock)
RS232 to TTL converter board
ESP8266 ESP-12E Node MCU
An I2C multiplexer board allows for more than one RTC module (Since these have a hard coded I2C address you can normally only use one). I went for three – One tracking GPS time, another tracking the rubidium standard, and the last one as a control or reference clock – without compensation.
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