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Source:Nunatsiaq NewsOrganizations representing Inuit in Nunavik and in the comunity of Kuujjuaq have signed a letter of intent with a junior mining company that wants to build a 185-kilometre haul road south from Kuujjuaq to an open pit rare earths mine.Maggie Emudluk, Makivik Corp.’s vice-president for economic development, and Sammy Koneak, the president of the Nayumivik Landholding Corp., signed the letter of intent on May 15 with Vancouver-based Commerce Resources Corp.A Makivik Corp, spokesperson said the letter of intent creates a committee that will provide answers to concerns and ques...
Release time: 2019 - 05 - 22
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Source:The Dazzler deposit is less than 15 kilometres from the Brown Range Pilot Plant on the edge of a small scarp slope.Northern Minerals Ltd's (ASX:NTU) reverse circulation (RC) drilling at the Dazzler and Iceman deposits has highlighted a new rare earths target area within the Browns Range project in Western Australia.At Dazzler, the program was mostly exploration drilling southeast of the deposit towards the Iceman prospect, with a further two infill drill holes completed.Anomalous portable XRF (pXRF) measurements of yttrium were recorded from several drill holes.READ: Northern Minerals m...
Release time: 2019 - 05 - 21
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Source:The West AustralianAspiring rare earth metals producer Greenland Minerals has outlined some major wins at its massive Kvanefjeld project in southern Greenland this week, including an impressive 8% increase in rare earth recoveries to 94%, compared to the 2016 Feasibility Study, or “FS”, metrics.The metallurgical test work was undertaken by leading rare earth company and major Greenland shareholder, Shenghe Resources.Early last year, the company revealed the development of an enhanced leaching method to simplify the refinery circuit for the complex project, that has since led to a substa...
Release time: 2019 - 05 - 20
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Source:Around 620 light-years away from Earth lies KELT-9b - by far the hottest planet we have ever found. It's so hot that vaporised iron and titanium are scattered throughout its atmosphere, as researchers discovered last year. But it turns out it gets even more intense.Exoplanet scientists have now found a bunch of other vaporised metals swirling around KELT-9b - sodium, magnesium, chromium, and rare-Earth metals scandium and yttrium.It's the first time chromium, scandium, and yttrium have been robustly detected in an exoplanet's atmosphere - a coup for the scientists at the Universities of...
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