The Callisto discovery keeps on giving for Galileo Mining, with the latest reverse circulation drilling results showing more sulphide mineralisation.
Four new drill holes have been completed at the Norseman project in Western Australia, with each intersecting disseminated sulphide presence geologically consistent with the first round of drilling, which showed the sulphide layer at the base of the layered ultramafic sill to be associated with palladium, platinum, gold, rhodium, nickel and copper.
Galileo managing director Brad Underwood said the results confirmed the consistency of the geology over the target area and the drill samples had been sent to the laboratory for analysis.
“Drilling is ongoing with another 16 holes planned over the next three to four weeks. Additional Program of Work applications are awaiting approval with the Department of Mines which will allow further drilling along strike to the north,” he said.
“Presently we have shown mineralisation occurs over 250 metres across strike and, with five kilometres of prospective strike to the north, we have a lot more drilling to come.”