Aldrin Resource Corp. (TSXV:ALN) announced that infill lines have been added to increase resolution for the airborne geophysical over the Triple M Property.
As quoted in the press release:
The infill lines will be flown between the already-flown 200 m spaced lines in the area of the anomalies, effectively increasing resolution over the anomalies to 100 m line spacing. The airborne survey is a VTEM magnetic and electromagnetic (EM) survey currently being flown by Aeroquest using a helicopter.
Aldrin’s CEO, Johnathan Moore, said:
We are very excited by the encouraging magnetic and EM anomalies we have seen from our ongoing airborne geophysical survey. Our decision to fly infill lines while the helicopter is still on site is a sign of our commitment to locate drill targets on the Triple M Property as rapidly and economically as possible.
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