Blue Sky Uranium has completed a 22,214 line km regional airborne radiometric and magnetic survey in the Rio Negro basin in Argentina in which three new uranium channel anomalies were identified by the airborne survey.
Blue Sky has applied for eight licenses, (71,765 hectares) to cover these new targets.
The new uranium targets identified are Paso Cordoba, which is a 15km long by 1km wide uranium channel airborne anomaly while the other two targets are Evelina and Norma.
Evelina is a 11km long by 2km wide uranium channel airborne anomaly and Norma is a 7km long by 1km wide uranium channel airborne anomaly.
Blue Sky’s objective in the Province of Rio Negro is to evaluate the regional potential to host additional new uranium deposits.
The company is currently working to expedite granting of the concessions in order to begin the detailed ground exploration and evaluation of these new targets concurrent with the ongoing exploration at the company’s ANIT project.
For comparison purposes, when airborne data over the company’s previously-discovered ANIT and Santa Barbara zones is processed using the same parameters, ANIT forms a 16km long by 1.5km wide anomaly and Santa Barbara consists of three 1km wide zones with combined strike length of 20km.
In April of this year, Blue Sky was granted a special airborne geophysics license covering 2.265 million hectares which included all of the prospective areas for uranium in the San Jorge sedimentary basin of Rio Negro Province, Argentina.