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Galileo Mining identifies drill targets ahead of drill season at Norseman

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As it moves a step closer to a new drilling season, Galileo Mining Ltd (ASX:GAL) managing director Brad Underwood sits down with Jonathan Jackson to discuss the program and identified targets. The targets, identified through modelling of induced polarisation (IP) survey data, revealed strong chargeable anomalies near the notable Callisto nickel-palladium deposit. With drilling planned to start in late April, Galileo will test these anomalies for economic mineralisation, focusing on disseminated sulphide deposits similar to those found at Callisto. Underwood emphasised the strategic use of IP surveying and geological mapping in pinpointing these promising targets, reflecting the same rock sequence hosting the Callisto deposit.

Our first drill targets for the 2024 drilling season have been confirmed with strong geophysical anomalies close to known mineralisation," Underwood said. "These drill targets are significant as they are based on IP surveying, which is specifically designed to look for disseminated sulphide, and on geological mapping which confirms the existence of the same rock sequence which hosts the Callisto deposit.

"The breakthrough discovery of the PGE-nickel Callisto deposit in 2022 has convincingly increased the probability of new discoveries within our highly prospective 255 square kilometre Norseman land position."

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