Yes, you can use
rsync to copy data between ntfs partitions. Use the -r (or --recursive) option to have
rsync go through the entire folder structure below the source folder and recreate the folder structure and files on the destination.
For volumes that support linux permissions, we would typically use the
--archive) option to create an identical "mirror" copy. The
-aoption preserves the time stamp and all other attributes of the source files.
On ntfs volumes, that do not support linux permissions, you still can use the
--times) option to preserve the time stamp of the files.
rsync on file systems with less accurate or different date stamps, you can decrease the accuracy by which
rsync compares time stamps in order to decide whether a file has changed or not. This is done with the option
-@=2 would consider files where the time stamps differ less than 2 seconds as the same.