First Vertical Step-Out at Fission’s Summer Drill Program

- August 3rd, 2010

Fission Energy Corp. (CVE:FIS) reports the first vertical step-out drill hole of the 2010 summer drill program has identified “off-scale” radioactivity. Hole WAT10-098A, collared 10m north of Hole WAT 10-83B (7.5m grading 3.83% U308; see news release dated May 27, 2010), identified three intercepts totalling 4.5m of “off-scale” (cps greater than 9,999) radioactivity within a 10m […]

Fission Energy Corp. (TSXV:FIS) reports the first vertical step-out drill hole of the 2010 summer drill program has identified “off-scale” radioactivity.

Hole WAT10-098A, collared 10m north of Hole WAT 10-83B (7.5m grading 3.83% U308; see news release dated May 27, 2010), identified three intercepts totalling 4.5m of “off-scale” (cps greater than 9,999) radioactivity within a 10m intersection of highly radioactive mineralization at the unconformity. This hole extends the J-Zone to the north of the previously known mineralization delineated during the winter 2010 drilling program, and further demonstrates the continuity and strength of the unconformity mineralization. Of particular significance is the intensity of alteration and exceptional width of mineralization in hole 098A, which were found to be greater than in hole 083B.

For complete news release, click here.

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2 responses to “First Vertical Step-Out at Fission’s Summer Drill Program

  1. Since Russia releases it for budget shortfalls maybe the reason they are releasing less is their abundant oil and gas sales. In other words releasing less because they dont have budget problems.

  2. Since Russia releases it for budget shortfalls maybe the reason they are releasing less is their abundant oil and gas sales. In other words releasing less because they dont have budget problems.

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