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Spodumene-Bearing Pegmatite Discovered at Polaris, Corvette Far East Lithium Project


Assays for rock chip and boulder samples due in 4-6 weeks as maiden exploration gathers momentum to lay foundations for a winter drill program.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Spodumene-bearing pegmatite outcrop identified at the new Polaris Prospect over an outcropping area of 40m by 20m, at the Corvette Far East Lithium Project in Quebec, Canada.

  • The Polaris spodumene pegmatite is interpreted to be open to the south-southwest, where the outcrop extends under low-lying cover.

  • The south-western extension of the Polaris spodumene pegmatite is coincident with an extensive demagnetised linear feature that extends for approximately 1.5km south-southwest and is interpreted to be caused by structures and intruding pegmatite dykes.

  • The Polaris pegmatite intrudes amphibolite host rocks within greenstone situated 20km along strike from Patriot Battery Metals Inc’s tenure that hosts the exciting CV5 lithium discovery. It is also surrounded by Rio Tinto Exploration Canada Inc’s Joint Venture with Midland Exploration Inc.

  • Cosmos completed a 9-day field program during which a multitude of pegmatite samples were collected and assessed by the field crew. Results from these samples are pending to assist in vectoring toward additional spodumene-bearing pegmatites across C1X’s James Bay tenure.



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