Galileo Mining gets underway with Callisto IP survey

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Galileo Mining Ltd MD Brad Underwood tells Proactive the company is undertaking geophysical fieldwork along strike from the Callisto discovery at its 100%-owned Norseman Project in Western Australia. The company has initiated a high-powered induced polarisation (IP) geophysical survey over the promising Callisto horizon. This program aims to unlock valuable insights into concealed disseminated sulphide deposits akin to the Callisto nickel-palladium deposit.

We are very pleased to have started IP surveying at our Norseman project as it gives us the opportunity to identify new areas of mineralisation within the 20 kilometres of prospective ground around the Callisto discovery, Underwood said.

IP geophysical surveying is known for the detection of buried disseminated sulphide mineralisation and we are aiming to locate good quality targets for drill testing.

The Callisto deposit is a large intrusion within an extensive mafic-ultramafic sill complex. We believe the opportunities for additional mineralised intrusions within the Callisto belt and the adjacent Mission Sill prospect are significant.

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