To create its field data, the company used a Mont Sopris model 2PGA 1000 down-hole gamma logger and two hand-held RS-125 super spectrometers to analyze the radioactive source in drill core.

The logger, which was run at 254.3 m depth, identified nine zones between 176.6m and 246.2m depth spanning in total 14.6m with values above 300 counts per second (CPS) over 0.3m, which the company expects could be significant radioactive mineralization.

At 176.6m to 183.2m, the count zones reached value of 1380 CPS and 1850 CPS from 243.1m to 246.2m. Six other zones had high counts above 500 CPS and the remaining zone with a count of 380 CPS. Drill hole ALN14-008 is drilling ahead to its target depth of 400m.

Aldrin said that the actual radioactive source element will be confirmed following chemical analysis on drill core at the Saskatchewan Research Council Laboratory in Saskatoon in the coming weeks.