Fission trifft 6,1 m mineralization outside the measurable scale range in 134 m composite mineralization (Linie 780E)

 

Fission trifft 6,1 m mineralization outside the measurable scale range in 134 m composite mineralization (Linie 780E)

Strong and powerful mineralization; 100% Drilling success on PLS

FISSION URANIUM CORP. (“Fission” or "the Company”) is pleased, the results of the last seven holes of the winter drill program at Patterson Lake South (PLS) Publish grounds in Canada's Athabasca Basin. All seven holes provided strong and powerful intersections of mineralization. Of particular importance hole PLS14-132 (Linie 780E), with 6,1 m composite mineralization outside the measurement range within a 134 m thick composite total mineralization.

Highlights of the drilling:

• PLS14-132 (Linie 780E)

the 134,0 m entire composite mineralization in a 191,5 m area (71,5 m – 263,0 m) including:

 6,1 m composite mineralization outside the scale range (greater than 9999 cps) radioactivity

• PLS14-131 (Linie 780E)

the 125,5 m entire composite mineralization in a 275,0 m area (145,0 m – 420,0 m) including:

 1,90 m composite mineralization outside the scale range (greater than 9999 cps) radioactivity

• PLS14-136 (Linie 585E)

the 49.5 m entire composite mineralization in a 198,0 m area (86,5 m – 284,5 m) including:

 2,26 m composite mineralization outside the scale range (greater than 9999 cps) radioactivity

In addition to the powerful mineralization sections have six of the seven holes a composite mineralization outside the scale range on. Together, the holes have doubled the width in the transverse direction (Nord-Süd) of 10 m auf circa 20 M lines of the zones R390E (Linie 465E), R585E (Linie 600E) und R945E (Linie 960E). In addition, the width of the zone R780E has to approximately 70 m north-south on 780E and around 30 m enlarged on line 810E.

Ross McElroy, President, COO and Chief Geologist of Fission said:

"We are very pleased with the strong and powerful mineralization of the last holes of PLS. Also promising is the growing power of the mineralization and outlined the ongoing hit rate of 100% des Bohrprogramms. "

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Hole overview:

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Line 315E:
• Borehole PLS14-133 was taken as a vertical hole and to a depth of 401,0 m drilled. The drill collar is approximately. 10 m in the grid south of PLS13-083. The bedrock was at on 50,4 encountered m. Tritt auf ein Quarzgneis 50,4 m bis 105,6 m auf. Of 105,6 m bis 364,3 m in the lithology is a pelitic gneiss (grana iron table and sulfidic) dominant with multiple sections with not equally distributed mylonite (of 1,7 m bis 6,1 m thick). A diabasischer vein occurs from 364,3 m bis 379,1 m auf. Of 379,1 m bis 401,0 m (EOH) dominated semi-pelitic gneiss. Male ancestry Radioaktivität tritt ab 63,0 m within the quartz gneiss. A total composite mineralization 77,0 m occurs within a section of 255,0 m (63,0 m bis 318,0 m) in fifteen variable radioactive mineralized sections with widths of 0,5 m bis 22,0 m, which are separated by non-mineralized sections with widths of 2,5 m bis 41,5 m. A total composite mineralization 0,92 m outside the measurable radioactivity occurs in three different sections with widths of 0,16 m bis 0,59 m.

Linie 345E:
• Borehole PLS14-130 was taken as a vertical hole and drilled to a depth of 317.0 m. The drill collar is approximately. 10 m in the grid south of PLS13-072. A narrow 0,4 m Devonian sandstone layer was in 49,9 found m depth. The bedrock was on 50,3 encountered m. Tritt auf ein Quarzgneis 50,3 m bis 71,3 m auf. Of 229,5 m bis 364,3 m in the lithology is a pelitic gneiss (graphitic and sulfidic) dominant with multiple sections with non-uniformly distributed mylonite (of 154,9 m bis 156,7 m). Of 229,5 m bis 317,0 m (EOH) dominated semi-pelitic gneiss. Abnormal radioactivity occurs from 67.0 m to within the quartz gneiss. A total composite mineralization with 72.5 m occurs within a section of 130,5 m (67,0 m bis 197,5 m) in nine variable radioactive mineralized sections with widths of 2.0 m to 31.5 m, which are separated by non-mineralized sections with widths of 2,5 m bis 18,5 m. A total composite mineralization 1,04 m outside the measurable radioactivity occurs in three different sections with widths of 0,12 m bis 0,60 m.

Linie 465E:
• Borehole PLS14-134 was taken as a vertical hole and to a depth of 320,0 m drilled. The drill collar is approximately. 10 m in the grid south of PLS13-104. A narrow 0,6 m Devonian sandstone layer was found deep in 52.8 m. The bedrock was encountered at 53.4 m. A pelitic gneiss occurs 53.4 m to 104,0 m depth on, followed by a relatively narrow quartz gneiss in 104.3 m to 116,8 m Tiefe. Of 116,8 m bis 237,2 m dominates the lithology a pelitic gneiss. Of 237,2 m bis 320,0 m (EOH) dominated semi-pelitic gneiss, penetrated by a 27,1 m mighty diabase dyke from 270,2 m bis 297,3 m. Abnormal radioactivity occurs from the bedrock in 54,5 m deep on, simultaneously with pelitic gneiss. A total composite mineralization 38,0 m mineralization occurs within a 133,0 m section (54,5 m bis 187,5 m) with four variable radioactive mineralized sections with widths of 0,5 m bis 19,5 m auf, separated from non-mineralized sections with widths of 2,5 m – 88,0 m.

Linie 600E:
• Borehole PLS14-136 was taken as a vertical hole and to a depth of 317,0 m drilled. The drill collar is approximately. 10 m in the grid south of PLS14-129. A narrow 0,8 m Devonian sandstone layer was formed on 54,2 encountered m. The bedrock was on 55,0 encountered m. A quartz gneiss is 55,0 m bis 63,2 m präsent. Of 63,2 m bis 130,3 m is dominated by a semi-pelitic gneiss.

From 130.3 m to 287.9 ​​m pelitic gneiss is a bedrock dominant with scattered narrow quartz gneiss sections. A graphite-section occurs from 231.6 m to 269.3 m, followed by an undifferentiated mylonite from 269.3 m to 278.0 m. Von 287.9 ​​m 317.0 m bus (EOH) (EOH) dominated semi-pelitic gneiss. Male ancestry Radioaktivität tritt ab 86,5 m auf. A total composite mineralization with 49,5 m occurs within a section of 198,0 m auf (86,5 m bis 284,5 m) in nine variable radioactive mineralized sections with widths of 0,5 m bis 41,0 m, which are separated by non-mineralized sections with widths of 4,0 m bis 62,5 m. A total composite mineralization 2,26 m outside the measurable radioactivity occurs in several distinct sections with widths of 0,1 m bis 0,6 m.

Linie 780E:
• Borehole PLS14-131 was taken as a vertical hole and to a depth of 494,0 m drilled. The drill collar is approximately. 10 m in the grid south of PLS14-126. The bedrock was on 55,5 encountered m. Of 55,5 m bis 366,0 m contains the lithology of the bedrock sections of pelitic gneiss, semipelitischen gneiss and quartz gneiss. Of 366,0 m bis 489,7 m is the dominant lithology of pelitic gneiss. Partly undifferentiated mylonite-sections with widths of 4,4 to 5,0 m are between 366,0 and m 463,3 m. Of 489,7 m bis 494,0 m (EOH) dominated semi-pelitic gneiss. Male ancestry Radioaktivität tritt ab 145,0 m auf. A total composite mineralization 125,5 m occurs within a section of 275,0 m auf (145,0 m bis 420,0 m) in twenty variable radioactive mineralized sections with widths of 0,5 m bis 65,5 m, separated by non-mineralized sections with widths of 2,5 m bis 25,0 m. A total composite mineralization 1,90 m out of measurable radioactivity occurs in several individual sections with thicknesses of 0.1 m to 0.3 m.

Line 810E:
• Borehole PLS14-132 was taken as a vertical hole and drilled to a depth of 437.0 m. The drill collar is approximately. 10m in the grid south of PLS13-101. The bedrock was on 55,5 encountered m. Of 55,5 m bis 236,0 m contains the lithology of the bedrock sections of pelitic gneiss, und Quarzgneis. Of 236,0 m bis 279,7 m is the dominant lithology of pelitic gneiss with scattered mylonite-sections with widths of 2,0 m. Of 279.7 m bis 437.0 m (EOH) dominated by a semipelitishcer gneiss. Two intrusions a diabasischen Eruptivganges occur. (397,0 m bis 410,6 and m 435,8 m bis 437,0 m corresponding). Anomrmale Radioaktivität tritt von 71,5 m an auf. A composite mineralization 134,0 m occurs within a section of 191,5 m auf (71,5m bis 263,0 m) on variable mineralized into nine sections with widths of 1,5 m bis 48,0 m, by non-mineralized sections with widths of 2,5 m bis 23,5 m are separated. A composite mineralization 6,10 m and values ​​out of range occurs in a number of discretely distributed sections with widths of 0,1 m bis 0,7 m auf.

Linie 960E:
• Borehole PLS14-135 was taken as a vertical hole and drilled to a depth of 386.0 m. The drill collar is approximately. 10m in the grid south of PLS13-099. The bedrock was encountered at 58.5 m. A quartz gneiss from 58,5 m bis 194,5 encountered m. Of 194,5 m bis 310,2 m is the Basisgesteinlithologie of alternating sections of pelitic gneiss and gneiss semipelitischem. Of 310,2 m bis 386,0 m (EOH) dominated one semipelitischer gneiss. Male ancestry Radioaktivität tritt ab 104,5 m auf. A composite mineralization 81,5 m occurs with within a section 248,0 m auf (104,5 m bis 352,5 m) in 22 variabl miernalisierten sections with widths of 0,5 m bis 39,0 m, separated by non-mineralized sections with widths of 2,5 m bis 27,0 m. There was radioactivity outside the measuring range with 0,2 m found in a discrete section on 189,3 m.

A 12 My. $ Drilling program on 30.000 and m 90 Holes is included. geophysical investigations on PLS underway. Updated maps can be viewed on the Company's website at:

http://www.fissionuranium.com/projects/patterson-lake-south-sk/.

In this press release a natural gamma radiation is reported, die in “counts per second (cps)"Is measured GR-110G measures by means of a hand-held Exploranium the entire gamma radiation in scintillometer. The reader is cautioned, that the measurements using a scintillometer not be closed directly or automatically on uranium grade in the rock which are measured in rock samples. They should be viewed only as a first approximation for existing radioactive material. The degree of radioactivity within the mineralized intervals is very variable and is related to the visible uranium pitchblende mineralization. All sections go down hole, are measured in the core and the real thickness needs to be determined.

All holes are to be investigated radiometrically using a Mount Sopris 2GHF-1000 Triple Gamma sample. This allows it, make significantly more accurate measurements of the high grade mineralized zones. The triple gamma sample is applied mainly in zones with high grade mineralization.

Split drill core samples from the mineralized core section are continuously removed through the mineralized intervals and at SRC Geoanalytical Laboratories (an SCC ISO / IEC 17025: 2005 certified facility) filed in Saskatoon for analysis, frame U3O8 (wt %)- and includes fire assay for gold. All samples, submitted for analysis, be a 63 Elements comprising ICP-OES (Inductively Coupled Plasma-Optical Emission Spectroscopy), Uranium with Flurimetrie and boron, subjected. The analysis results will be published, soon as they arrive.

Über Fission Uranium Corp.

Fission Uranium Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company and has focused on the strategic acquisition, Exploration and development of uranium deposits located in Kelowna, British Columbia spezialisiert. The common shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “FCU” listed. In addition, the shares on the OTCQX in the U.S. under the symbol “FCUUF” traded.

Patterson Lake South Gelände

The 31.039 Ha great PLS project is to 100% owned by the Fission Uranium Corp.. Fission is the Operator. PLS is accessible by road and has a year-round access from the main highway 955 from, which runs north of the former Cluff Lake mine and the nearby UEX-Areva Shea Creek discovery about. 50 Km north which currently runs in an active exploration and development is. Updated maps and Scintillometertabellen for the R390 zone can be found on the Company's website:

http://www.fissionuranium.com/projects/pls/overview/news/.

The technical information in this press release are in accordance with the rules of the Canadian National Instrument 43- 101 made and on behalf of the company by Ross McElroy, P.Geol. President von und COO Fission Uranium Corp. tested. He is a Qualified Person.

About Fission:

Fission Uranium Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company and has focused on the strategic acquisition, Exploration and development of uranium deposits located in Kelowna, British Columbia spezialisiert. The common shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “FCU” listed. In addition, the shares on the OTCQX in the U.S. under the symbol “FCUUF” traded.

On behalf of the Board
Ross McElroy, President und COO

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT TO:
Fission Uranium Corp.
Rich Matthews
Investor Relations
TF: 877-868-8140
rich@fissionuranium.com
www.fissionuranium.com

and in the German-speaking:

Swiss Resource Capital AG
Jochen Staiger
info@resource-capital.ch
www.resource-capital.ch

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