SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN--(Marketwire - Feb. 15, 2008) - Star Uranium Corp. (TSX VENTURE:SUV) reports that the first hole of the 3 hole winter program at the Stony Rapids property has been completed. The drill hole was collared in the Athabasca Group sandstone and encountered the unconformity at 143 metres. Total depth of the hole was 186 metres. The basement gneisses were generally contorted and hematitic alteration was observed which suggests close proximity to faulting and related hydrothermal activity. Radiometric probing of the hole revealed slightly elevated readings from 150 to 158 metres.
Because of scheduling commitments this drill will be moving to the Collins Bay property. The other two planned holes of the Stony Rapids project will be drilled later this winter when a second drill becomes available.
The Collin's Bay property is located to the east of Cameco's Eagle Point and Rabbit Lake mines. The planned program is for six holes to test 2 northeast trending conductors under Wollaston Lake.
Ralph Newson, P.Eng, P.Geo is the qualified person responsible for the technical content of this release.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Eric Wray, President
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Star Uranium Corp. Eric Wray President (306) 664-3828
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