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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (WKN: A0MKXP) ist eine neu an der Börse notierte, und zur Grosso-Gruppe gehörende, Uran-Explorationsgesellschaft mit erfahrenem Management- und Technikteams. Blue Sky ist aktiv in der Exploration im Athabasca-Becken im nördlichen Saskatchewan (Kanada) tätig und sucht nach neuen Gelegenheiten in der Region Patagonie in Argentinien.

Höhepunkte: 69.000 ha Uranprojekte im Athabasca-Becken (Kanada), nur 34 km von der Key Lake-Uranmine entfernt, Historische Proben von 8% U3O8, mineralisierter Felsbrockenzug von mehr als 1,5 km; das Liegenschaftenportfolio soll auf Südamerika ausgedehnt werden, in Argentinien ist bereits ein umfangreiches Kontaktnetz installiert.
Projekte: Eagle Lake- und Karin Lake, Saskatchewan (Option für einen 60%-Anteil an der kompletten Liegenschaft; Luftgestützte geophysikalische Vermessungen und geologische Bodenuntersuchungen wurden 2006 durchgeführt: Bohrarbeiten beginnen 2007). Südamerika (mit einer agressiven Akquisitionsstrategie soll das Portfolio rasch erweitert werden, mit Schwerpunkt auf der Region Patagonien in Argentinien und Kolumbien).
Aktienstruktur: Ausgegebene Aktien 11.962.500, Optionen und Bezugsreche 1.187.500, Aktien total (voll verwässert) 13.150.000 Mio.
CEO: Sean D. Huard
Mehr Infos auf der Homepage www.blueskyuranium.com
Pressemitteilung vom 14.03.2007 | 13:39
Blue Sky Uranium
David Rhys beginnt bei Blue Sky Uranium als Senior Consulting Geologist

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (das "Unternehmen) (TSX-V: BSK, Frankfurt: MAL [WKN: AOMKXP]) freut sich, bekannt zu geben, dass Herr David Rhys, M.Sc., P.Geo, in dem Unternehmen als Senior Consulting Geologist angefangen hat. Herr Rhys ist ein beratender Geologe mit Fachgebiet Geotektonik aus Vancouver, Kanada, der auf umfangreiche Arbeitserfahrung im Bereich Uranvorkommen im Athabasca-Becken in Saskatchewan zurückblicken kann, wo er bei Cameco und UEX Corporation tätig war. Bei Herrn Rhys handelt es sich um einen erfahrenen Berater, der sich auf das Gebiet strukturelle Kontrolle von Mineralvorkommen und deren Anwendung für Exploration, Förderung und die Überprüfung des Mineralgehalts von Minenstandorten spezialisiert hat. Sein Know-how konnte er sowohl in bedeutenden wie auch in jungen Bergbauunternehmen in Explorations- und Bergbaugebieten auf internationaler Ebene einsetzen; diese umfassten ein breites Spektrum an Vorkommensarten, unter anderem zahlreiche Goldlagerstätten von Weltrang. Darüber hinaus war Herr Rhys als Berater für die Exploration bei mehreren jungen Bergbauunternehmen beschäftigt.

Blue Sky ist ein neu an der Börse notiertes Uranexplorationsunternehmen, dessen Geschäftsleitung und technische Teams über umfangreiche Erfahrung in der Uranexploration verfügen. Blue Sky ist durch das umfassende Kontaktnetzwerk der Geschäftsleitung gut aufgestellt, um durch rasches Wachstum zu einem führenden Unternehmen der Branche zu avancieren. Blue Sky ist aktiv mit der Exploration im Athabasca-Becken im Norden von Saskatchewan befasst und derzeit auf der Suche nach neuen Möglichkeiten in der Region Patagonien in Argentinien. Bei Blue Sky handelt es sich um ein Unternehmen der Grosso Group, die sich mit Ressourcenmanagement befasst und über mehr als 15 Jahre Erfahrung im Bereich Exploration in Südamerika verfügt.

IM AUFTRAG DES BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Blue Sky Uranium unterzeichnet Abkommen für Projekte in Kolumbien
15.03.2007 (15:35)

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (News/Kurs/Chart/Board) (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) freut sich, mitteilen zu dürfen, dass im Zuge seiner Expansionsstrategie nach Südamerika, das Unternehmen zwei Optionsverträge für den Erwerb einer 100%-Beteiligung an zwei Uran-Projekten in Kolumbien abgeschlossen hat. Bei einem Projekt handelt es sich um 5.499 Hektar in der Region Santander, beim anderen um 9.592 Hektar in der Region Norte de Santander.

Laut Optionsabkommen muss Blue Sky gestaffelte Raten in bar über einen Zeitraum von 4 Jahren leisten – wobei die zu zahlende Gesamtsumme US$ 414.080 für jedes Projekt beträgt – in den ersten 12 Monaten sind US$ 20.000 pro Projekt fällig. Solange das Unternehmen keine sorgfältige Kaufprüfung vorgenommen hat, sind keine Zahlungen durchzuführen. Jedes Projekt unterliegt einer Yellow-Cake-Lizenzgebühr von 3%, die mit US$ 1.100.000 begrenzt ist. Während der Laufzeit der Option muss das Unternehmen alle jährlichen Steuern leisten. Was die Arbeitsleistung betrifft, gibt es keinerlei Mindestvorgaben. Das Unternehmen befindet sich gerade im Aufbau einer Tochtergesellschaft in Kolumbien, die mit der Durchführung eines Arbeitsplans auf den Grundstücken betraut sein wird.

Das sich in der Provinz Norte de Santander befindliche Grundstück liegt oberhalb der Jurassic Giron Formation und birgt somit ein großes Potenzial für damit verbundene sandsteinähnliche Uranvorkommen. Das in der Provinz Norte de Santander gelegene Grundstück weist ein großes Potenzial für Pegmatit-Vorkommen auf und liegt über einer Jurassic-Cretaceous Formation von älteren Gneisen.

Blue Sky ist ein kürzlich gegründetes Uranabbauunternehmen, das von einem Management und einem Technikerteam mit beträchtlicher Erfahrung im Uranabbau geleitet wird. Blue Sky weiß seine umfassenden Kontakte zu seinem Vorteil zu nutzen, um das Unternehmen in kurzer Zeit zu einem Marktführer zu machen. Blue Sky führt derzeit Explorationen im Athabasca Basin in Northern Saskatchewan durch und sucht nach neuen Möglichkeiten in der argentinischen Region Patagonien. Blue Sky gehört zur Grosso Group, ein Ressourcenmanagementkonzern mit über 15 Jahren Explorationserfahrung in Südamerika.

IM AUFTRAG DES BOARD

“Sean Hurd”
___________________________
Sean Hurd, President & CEO

Zusätzliche Informationen erhalten Sie von:
Sean Hurd – President und CEO
(800) 901-0058 (604) 687-1828
www.blueskyuranium.com
Blue Sky Closes Short Form Offering
3/23/2007

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Mar 23, 2007 (CCNMatthews via COMTEX News Network) --
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:BSK)(FRANKFURT:MAL)(WKN:A0MKXP) is pleased to announce that it has closed its financing by way of short form offering document (the "Offering") with Canaccord Capital Corporation ("Canaccord") announced to the Company of $2,000,000. The Company issued an aggregate of 2,000,000 units (each a "Unit") at a purchase price of $1.00 per Unit. Each Unit consists of one common share in the capital of the Company (a "Common Share") and one half of one transferable common share purchase warrant (each a "Warrant"). Each whole Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one additional Common Share at an exercise price of $1.30 per Common Share until March 23, 2009. The TSX Venture Exchange (the "Exchange") has approved the listing of the Warrants on the Exchange and trading in the Warrants commenced at the opening of the Exchange today. The net proceeds received by the Company will be used to fund on-going work programs on the Company's properties and for general working capital purposes.

Canaccord received a cash commission equal to 8% of the gross proceeds of the sale of Units under the Offering and agent's options entitling it to subscribe for 200,000 units (each an "Agent's Unit") at an exercise price of $1.00 per Agent's Unit until March 23, 2009. Each Agent's Unit will consist of one Common Share and one half of one non-transferable common share purchase warrant (an "Agent's Warrant"), each whole Agent's Warrant entitling the Agent to acquire one additional Common Share until March 23, 2009 at an exercise price of $1.30 per Common Share. In addition, Canaccord received a corporate finance fee payable by the issuance of 60,000 Common Shares and an administration fee.

The Company anticipates closing the private placement financing (the "Private Placement") of up to 1,000,000 units to raise aggregate gross proceeds to the Company of up to $1,000,000, announced on February 28, 2007 concurrently with the announcement of the Offering, in the near future. The Company has granted Canaccord an over-allotment option in connection with the Private Placement, whereby Canaccord may obtain subscriptions for up to an additional 300,000 units with the same terms as the other units issued under the Private Placement.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Nick DeMare, Chief Financial Officer

Cautionary Note to US Investors: This news release may contain information about adjacent properties on which we have no right to explore or mine. We advise U.S. Investors that the SEC's mining guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents filed with the SEC. U.S. Investors are cautioned that mineral deposits on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our properties. This news release may contain forward-looking statements including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc. Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

SOURCE: Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. Sean Hurd President & CEO 1-800-901-0058 or (604) 687-1828 (604) 687-1858 (FAX) Website: www.blueskyuranium.com

Copyright (C) 2007 CCNMatthews. All rights reserved.
Zunächst einmal:

Danke für die Threaderstellung!

Ich komme gleich zur Sache:

1) - Südamerika, speziell Columbia ist ein absolutes

NO GO!

Die Zeit der Sozialisierung wird noch schneller kommen, als die meisten glauben.

2) - Die Props. mit Eagle Plains sind sehr klein und liegen südöstlich der Key-Lake Mine, relativ weit entfernt.

Ich halte ein Investment hier für EXTREM riskant!

Trotzdem:

Tolle Arbeit von Dir, Hoschmi und danke noch einmal!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.476.520 von Panem am 24.03.07 19:27:58Lieber Panem, danke für die schnelle und kritische Einschätzung (das erst macht einen Thread spannend!) zu BSK. Richtig ist, dass eine Expansion auf Südamerika ein höheres politisches Risiko aufweist, aufgrund des tiefgreifenden Wandels durch die Globalisierung und die neoliberale Wirtschaftspolitik in diesen Ländern. Einerseits sind diese Länder politisch und wirtschaftlich stabiler geworden, erleben andererseits aber auch die Lasten der Verschuldung und eine zunehmende Verarmung und Arbeitslosigkeit. Da steckt Zündstoff drin, den es bei den nordamerikanischen Liegenschaften so nicht gibt. Richtig ist aber auch, dass da große Chancen gegeben sind, wenn das Management sich den Zeichen der Zeit stellt, und durch Schaffung von Arbeitsplätzen und sozialen Einrichtungen (z.B. Kindergärten und Schulen) einen Beitrag zur Sozialisation in diesen Ländern leistet. Es gibt ja da schon gute Beispiele. Wir werden die Entwicklung beobachten ok?;):)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.477.829 von hoschmi am 24.03.07 20:32:20Du magst Recht haben.

Ich rechen hingegen mit einer flächendeckenden Enteignung fast aller ausländischer Minengesellschaften in fast allen Ländern Südamerikas.

Fast jeder, der in den letzten Jahren dort unten gewohnt hat, aktuell Kontakte dorthin unterhält oder sehr gute Beziehungen zu Südamerikanern hat, ist da meiner Meinung.


Aber wir mögen uns täuschen.
Sehr spannend und interessant!

Aber wie Panem schon erwähnte, es herrscht momentan einfach ein sehr hohes politisches Risiko in den südamerikanischen Ländern, welches mich momentan noch sehr zurückhält in solche Unternehmen zu investieren.

Trotzdem in Beobachtung!
so, da ich mich erst in den falschen Thread verirrt habe. Gerne nochmal hier.:p

Die Südamerikagebiete sehe ich wie einige hier kritisch! Schön das man allerdings bereits in Kanada vertreten ist, somit ist das Risiko nicht ganz so hoch.
Eine MK von etwa 10Millionen, dürfte das Chance/Risikoverhältnis dennoch attraktiv machen.

Wie man es legt und wendet, das ganze Projekt ist abhängig von der Südamerikageschichte...ich würde erheblich besser schlafen, wenn sich die Geschäftsführung auf andere Gebiete konzentrieren würde.
Mit welchen Bohrergebnissen kann man in Südamerika rechnen und welche Firmen sind dort in der Umgebung vertreten?!


PS: ich denke dennoch das ich mal eine kleine Posi am Montag riskiere. An und für sich hört sich das gut an (tja, bis auf die neuen Gebiete:rolleyes: )

PPS: Weiß einer wie bisher die Geschäfte in den Gebieten verlaufen sind? Meine darunter die Erfahrungen von der jetzigen Führung, sowie auch anderen Firmen die in Südamerika Verträge schließen.
Ich würde mich ebenfalls über eine Einschätzung der aktuellen politischen Lage freuen. Mein letzter Kenntnisstand ist einige Wochen bzw. Monate alt...und von der Seite aus habe ich nichts gutes zu berichten. Erkundige mich aber auch selber nochmal, ob sich was gravierendes verändert hat. Speziell in Argentinien und Kolumbien. ;)
servus Leute!!

bin bei BSK auch dabei, die Story geht erst los. Spätestens wenn die ersten Argentinien Projekte kommen wird mehr Phantasie in BSK kommen!!

Billige Mkt-Kap und jetzt mit 2 Mio in der Tasche!

Gruß

IIBI
Hallo Leute

Warum findet man heute BSK in Wo nur unter Muligan????

Danke für antwort!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.495.735 von kraefte am 26.03.07 11:12:32@kraefte: WO hat den Fehler jetzt endlich behoben! Der Thread ist also wieder unter "Blue Sky" erreichbar.

Dann hier gleich die Schließung des PPs (vielleicht darf der Kurs jetzt wieder steigen):

Blue Sky schließt Privatplatzierung von $ 1.300.000 ab
03.04.2007 (11:33)

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (News/Kurs/Chart/Board) (das "Unternehmen") freut sich, den Abschluss der zuvor angekündigten Privatplatzierung (die "Finanzierung") bekannt zu geben, die den Bruttogewinn des Unternehmens um $ 1.300.000 erhöht. Das Unternehmen emittierte im Rahmen der Finanzierung insgesamt 1.300.000 Einheiten (eine "Einheit") zu einem Kaufpreis von $ 1,00 pro Einheit. Die Finanzierung umfasste einen Vermittlungsanteil von 1.270.000 Einheiten, wobei Canaccord Capital Corporation ("Canaccord") als Vermittler fungierte, sowie 30.000 Einheiten, die nicht Teil der Vermittlung sind. Der Vermittlungsanteil von 1.270.000 Einheiten, die im Rahmen der Finanzierung emittiert wurden, umfasste 300.000 emittierte Einheiten gemäß der Überzuteilungsoption, die Canaccord garantiert wurde. Jede Einheit besteht aus einer Stammaktie des Unternehmenskapitals (eine "Stammaktie") und der Hälfte eines übertragbaren Warrant auf den Erwerb einer Stammaktie (ein "Warrant"). Jeder ganze Warrant berechtigt seinen Besitzer, bis 23. März 2009 eine zusätzliche Stammaktie zu einem Preis von $ 1,30 pro Stammaktie zu kaufen. Alle im Rahmen der Finanzierung ausgegebenen Sicherheiten unterliegen gemäß der kanadischen Gesetzeslage einer viermonatigen Halteperiode.
Der Nettogewinn für das Unternehmen wird für die Finanzierung weiterer Programme an den Grundstücken des Unternehmens und für allgemeine Arbeitskapitalzwecke verwendet.
Canaccord erhielt gemäß den Vermittlungsanteilen der Finanzierung und den Vermittlungsoptionen in bar eine Provision von 8% des Bruttogewinns aus dem Verkauf der Einheiten und ist berechtigt, bis 23. März 2009 127.000 Einheiten (eine "Vermittlereinheit") zu einem Preis von $ 1,00 pro Vermittlereinheit zu zeichnen. Jede Vermittlereinheit besteht aus einer Stammaktie und der Hälfte eines nicht übertragbaren Kaufwarrants auf eine Stammaktie (ein "Vermittlerwarrant"), wobei jeder ganze Vermittlerwarrant den Vermittler berechtigt, bis 23. März 2009 eine zusätzliche Stammaktie zu einem Preis von $ 1,30 pro Stammaktie zu kaufen.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
“Nick DeMare”
Chief Financial Officer
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.648.782 von hoschmi am 03.04.07 21:27:53heute gehts bißchen rauf!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.648.930 von IIBI am 03.04.07 21:38:02Hallo

Was sagt pfauntsch heut auf seine hotline zu Blue sky, hat schon jemand angerufen.
ich habe gerade angerufen. man soll sich heute welche ins depot legen. für ihn ein schneller verdoppler. in 2 bis 3 wochen soll es eine große überraschung geben. die kaufen wohl die größte uranliegenschaft in argentinien. dann soll es richtig abgehen.
canaccord ist eingestiegen und geld ist durch die PP vorhanden.
die PP nur knapp unter dem jetzigen preis. MK ist für diese uranaktie noch sehr gering

KZ 1,40 bis ende april--meine meinung
diese uranaktie ist noch sehr unbekannt. hier liest auch kaum einer mit. das kann sich schnell ändern.
wenn hier umsatz reinkommt geht das ding durch die decke. zuletzt hatte der pfauntsch oft einen guten riecher.
ich habe erstmal ein paar gekauft. unter 70 cent würde ich nochmal richtig nachkaufen.
Also
ich würde mir lieber
AGIV REAL oder
NORTHWESTERN MINERAL

kaufen; als diese Aktie
:lick:
@all: Bitte hier im "Fakten-Thread" nur Fundamentales (Fakten, Analysen, News) zu BSK einstellen. Sonst muss man zu lange blättern, um sich über Blue Sky Uranium informieren zu können. Für Diskussionen zu BSK ist der Thread "Mit Wissensvorsprung erfolgreich investieren" vorgesehen. Danke für euer Verständnis!
Auszug aus dem SCI-Premium-Abo-Rundbrief vom 11.04.2007:

"Im Prinzip können wir sehr zufrieden sein, aber das war noch lange nicht alles, wir sind bei den meisten Titeln noch nicht ausgereizt und so bleiben wir auch weiterhin investiert. Ein Ausnahmethema bleibt natürlich Uran. In dieser Woche ist der Uranpreis von 95 US$ pro Pfund auf 113 US$ pro Pfund gesprungen. Da wir schon lange vom Uranboom überzeugt sind, sind wir gleich mit 4 Werten ausgesprochen stark gewichtet. Uranerz (WKN A0F5XB), unser erster Titel, in den wir vor gut 1,5 Jahren investiert haben, ist ja bereits um über 400 Prozent gestiegen. Aber auch Wealth Minerals (WKN A0CADP) konnte über 70 Prozent seit letzten November zulegen. Unsere letzten Käufe, Yellowcake (WKN A0MJ2E) und Blue Sky (WKN A0MKXP), stehen noch in den Startlöchern, doch sind wir überzeugt, dass diese bald ihren „Kollegen“ folgen werden."
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.755.374 von hoschmi am 11.04.07 12:31:24stehen noch in den Startlöchern :cry: -IST DOCH KEINE AUSSAGE- läßt alles offen :laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.761.362 von dadubus am 11.04.07 17:25:03"stehen noch in den Startlöchern" - Aber so und nicht anders isses! Erst wenn erfolgreich gebohrt wurde, kann "anderes" behauptet werden. Deshalb muss auch jeder für sich entscheiden, ob und wann er einsteigen will. oki?
es kommt wieder Bewegung in die Kiste...

Gestern schön nach oben in Kanada....

scheint langsam loszulaufen
0,70 Euro!!!

nachbörsliche News:


Blue Sky signs exclusivity deal for uranium property


2007-04-19 03:11 ET - News Release

Mr. Sean Hurd reports

BLUE SKY POISED TO SECURE VERY SIGNIFICANT URANIUM LAND PACKAGE IN ARGENTINA

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. has signed an exclusive agreement with Argentine Uranium Corp. to review over 4,000 square kilometres of its prospective uranium property in Argentina. Blue Sky will maintain this exclusive right for 90 days to conduct due diligence and to acquire four of Argentine Uranium's projects.

In a recent due diligence trip to Argentina, Blue Sky director Dr. Ronald McMillan met with Dr. Jorge Berizzo, Argentine Uranium's chief property scout and reviewed a portion of the significant uranium land package that Argentine Uranium is in the process of assembling. Dr. McMillan has recommended to Blue Sky management to conduct an expanded due diligence program with the objective of identifying and acquiring several key uranium projects that have been highlighted by Dr. Berizzo.

Dr. Berizzo's 22 years of experience in uranium exploration and production were obtained as a senior exploration geologist and later on as mine manager for the Argentinean National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA), as well as privately owned companies. In Argentina, he played a leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit in Chubut province and has spent much of his career exploring for and developing uranium deposits in the Patagonia region of Argentina. All of Argentina Uranium's projects that Blue Sky will be evaluating have been selected by Dr. Berizzo for their potential to host economic uranium deposits.

In exchange for Argentina Uranium granting Blue Sky this exclusive option to acquire the majority interest in four uranium concessions, Blue Sky must pay to Argentina Uranium a total of $65,000 (U.S.) on or before April 20, 2007. This payment guarantees that Blue Sky shall have the exclusive right to acquire for a period of 90 days counted beginning on April 20, 2007, on terms to be negotiated.

We seek Safe Harbor.
Times + Sales Frankfurt
Zeit Kurs Umsatz
12:27:21 0,700 5.000
12:25:56 0,700 3.200
12:17:37 0,700 2.600
11:36:58 0,700 5.000
11:29:14 0,691 2.000
11:25:28 0,699 1.700
10:51:11 0,690 10.000
10:10:54 0,690 7.000
09:04:04 0,680 2.000
Blue Sky Poised to Secure Very Significant Uranium Land Package in Argentina
4/19/2007

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Apr 19, 2007 (CCNMatthews via COMTEX News Network) --
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:BSK)(FRANKFURT:MAL)(WKN:A0MKXP) is pleased to announce that the Company has signed an exclusive agreement with Argentine Uranium Corp. to review over 4,000 square kilometres of its prospective uranium property in Argentina. Blue Sky will maintain this exclusive right for 90 days to conduct due diligence and to acquire four of Argentine Uranium Corp.'s projects.

In a recent due diligence trip to Argentina, Blue Sky Director Dr. Ronald McMillan met with Dr. Jorge Berizzo, Argentine Uranium Corp.'s chief property scout and reviewed a portion of the significant uranium land package that Argentine Uranium Corp. is in the process of assembling. Dr. McMillan has recommended to Blue Sky management to conduct an expanded due diligence program with the objective of identifying and acquiring several key uranium projects that have been highlighted by Dr. Berizzo.

Dr. Berizzo's 22 years of experience in uranium exploration and production was obtained as a senior exploration geologist and later on as mine manager for the Argentinean National Atomic Energy Commission ("CNEA"), as well as privately owned companies. In Argentina he played a leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit in Chubut province and has spent much of his career exploring for and developing uranium deposits in the Patagonia region of Argentina. All of Argentina Uranium's projects that Blue Sky will be evaluating have been selected by Dr. Berizzo for their potential to host economic uranium deposits.

In exchange for Argentina Uranium granting Blue Sky this exclusive option to acquire the majority interest in four uranium concessions, Blue Sky must pay to Argentina Uranium a total of US $65,000 on or before April 20th, 2007. This payment guarantees that Blue Sky shall have the exclusive right to acquire for a period of ninety (90) days counted beginning on April 20th, 2007, on terms to be negotiated.

Blue Sky is a newly listed uranium exploration company led by experienced management and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in the Athabasca area of Northern Saskatchewan, and seeking new opportunities in the Patagonia region of Argentina. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO

Cautionary Note to US Investors: This news release may contain information about adjacent properties on which we have no right to explore or mine. We advise U.S. Investors that the SEC's mining guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents filed with the SEC. U.S. Investors are cautioned that mineral deposits on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our properties. This news release may contain forward-looking statements including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc. Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

SOURCE: Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. Sean Hurd President & CEO 1-800-901-0058 or (604) 687-1828 (604) 687-1858 (FAX) Email: info@blueskyuranium.com Website: www.blueskyuranium.com

Copyright (C) 2007 CCNMatthews. All rights reserved.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.897.482 von hoschmi am 19.04.07 13:00:12Und hier nochmal in deutscher Sprache:

19.04.2007 16:23
IRW-Press: Blue Sky Uranium: Blue Sky strebt außerordentlich bedeutendes Uran-Landpaket in Argentinien an
Blue Sky strebt außerordentlich bedeutendes Uran-Landpaket in Argentinien an

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) freut sich bekannt zu geben, dass das Unternehmen ein exklusives Abkommen mit der Argentine Uranium Corp. unterzeichnet hat, um sein viel versprechendes, 4.000 Quadratkilometer großes Uran-Grundstück in Argentinien zu erproben. Blue Sky verfügt 90 Tage lang über das Exklusivrecht, detaillierte Untersuchungen durchzuführen und vier Projekte der Argentine Uranium Corp. zu erwerben.

Bei jüngsten Untersuchungen in Argentinien traf sich Dr. Ronald McMillan, Director von Blue Sky, mit Dr. Jorge Berizzo, dem Chief Property Scout der Argentine Uranium Corp., um über einen Teil des bedeutenden Uran-Landpakets zu sprechen, das die Argentine Uranium Corp. gerade aufbaut. Dr. McMillan hat dem Management von Blue Sky empfohlen, ein erweitertes detailliertes Untersuchungsprogramm durchzuführen, um einige wichtige Uran-Projekte, auf die ihn Dr. Berizzo aufmerksam gemacht hatte, zu erkunden und zu kaufen.

Dr. Berizzo kann auf eine 22-jährige Erfahrung in der Uran-Exploration und - Produktion zurückblicken, die er als leitender Explorations-Geologe und später als Minen-Manager der Nationalen Argentinischen Atomenergiebehörde ("CNEA") sowie bei privaten Unternehmen sammelte. In Argentinien spielte er eine entscheidende Rolle bei der Erkundung der Uran-Lagerstätte Cerro Solo in der Provinz Chubut; einen Großteil seiner Karriere verbrachte er mit der Exploration und Erkundung von Uran-Lagerstätten in der argentinischen Region Patagonien. Sämtliche argentinischen Uran-Projekte, die Blue Sky evaluieren wird, wurden von Dr. Berizzo aufgrund ihres Potenzials für wirtschaftlich rentable Uran- Lagerstätten ausgewählt.

Für die Bereitstellung dieser exklusiven Option auf den Kauf der Mehrheitsbeteiligung an vier Uran-Konzessionen seitens Argentina Uranium muss Blue Sky vor dem 20. April 2007 insgesamt US$ 65.000 an Argentina Uranium entrichten. Diese Zahlung bringt Blue Sky für einen Zeitraum von neunzig (90) Tagen ab dem 20. April 2007 das Exklusivkaufrecht; die Bedingungen müssen noch verhandelt werden.

Blue Sky ist ein neu notiertes Uran-Explorations-Unternehmen, das von einem erfahrenen Management und Techniker-Teams geleitet wird. Blue Sky führt derzeit Explorationen im Gebiet Athabasca in Northern Saskatchewan durch und sucht nach neuen Möglichkeiten in der argentinischen Region Patagonien. Blue Sky gehört zur Grosso Group, ein Ressourcenmanagementkonzern mit über 15 Jahren Explorationserfahrung in Südamerika.

IM AUFTRAG DES BOARD

"Sean Hurd" ___________________________ Sean Hurd, President & CEO
BLUE SKY URANIUM CORP



StockInvestors.net: Eagle Plains Commences 2007 Drilling Program on Sphinx Molybdenum Project
4/25/2007

Apr 25, 2007 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX News Network) --
Eagle Plains Resources Ltd. (TSXV: EPL) has commenced work related to a 2500m Phase 1 diamond drilling program on it's 100% controlled Sphinx property, located 60 km west of Kimberley, B.C.. Drilling was last completed on the property in late fall, 2006 (see EPL NR February 7th, 2007). Results of the 2006 program include hole SX06-15, which intersected .042% Mo (.070 %MoS2) over its entire length of 470m (ending in mineralization), and hole SX06-15 which intersected a high-grade intercept of 79.0 m grading .068% Mo (.114%MoS2).

Snow removal has been completed along the access road to the property, and camp construction is now underway. Drilling activity is expected to occur in approximately one week. It is expected that the Phase 1 work will take approximately 4 weeks to complete. Drilling services have been contracted to Apex Diamond Drilling Ltd. of Smithers, B.C., a company controlled by Eagle Plains.

Sphinx Project Summary

The Sphinx property area consists of approximately 2500 ha, with 1600 ha acquired by staking by EPL and 900 ha subject to an option to earn a 100% interest (less 1% NSR) from arms-length individuals. The claims are ideally located with respect to local infrastructure. The property is road-accessible, has been logged extensively and is situated along a high-voltage hydro-electric line. Rail facilities are located 60km east of the property.

B. Price, P.Geo. submitted a technical report in May, 2006 which outlined an Inferred Resource of 62,005,615 tonnes grading .035% Mo, using a cut-off grade of .01% Mo. This current inferred resource represents 47,884,630 lbs of contained molybdenum metal. The estimate is based on 14 holes drilled in 2005 by Eagle Plains and incorporates data from 10 holes drilled in 1980 and 1997 by past operators. Drill holes from the 2006 program have not yet been incorporated into the inferred resource calculation. The inferred resource is open in two directions and to depth, and is considered to have significant potential for expansion. The project is being advanced as a bulk-tonnage target.

Additional information regarding the property may be found at:

http://www.eagleplains.com/projects/bc/sphinx/

The work program will be carried out under the supervision of David L. Pighin, P.Geo. This news release has been reviewed and approved by Tim J. Termuende, P.Geo, both parties hereby designated as a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101.

Eagle Plains Resources continues to conduct research, acquire and explore metal projects in western Canada. The Company controls over 35 gold, base-metal and uranium projects, many with third parties including Alexco Resource Corp. (TSX-V:AXR), Wellstar Energy Corp. (TSX-V:WST), Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V:BSK), Blind Creek Resources and Golden Cariboo Resources Inc. (TSX-V:GCC). These agreements expose Eagle Plains to over $18.0 million in exploration expenditures over the next five years. In recent years, Eagle Plains has completed option agreements with Billiton Metals, Rio Algom Exploration, NovaGold Resources, Kennecott Exploration, Viceroy Resource Corp. and numerous other junior exploration companies, resulting in over 38,000m (125,000') of drilling and over $16,000,000 in exploration spending on its projects since 1998. During the 2006 season, EPL and its partners completed over 7,000m (23,000') of diamond drilling on its properties.

On behalf of the Board of Directors
SmallCap-Investor vom 08.05.07:

Blue Sky Uranium (WKN A0MKXP) – "The Sky is the Limit"?

Als wir auf der Suche nach einem weiteren blutjungen, aber hochexplosiven Uranexplorer waren, sind wir vor einigen Monaten bei Blue Sky Uranium (WKN A0MKXP) hängen geblieben. Obwohl das Unternehmen noch nicht stark diversifiziert ist, hat uns das Management überzeugt. Das heißt, eigentlich war und ist die Company ein Management-Play. Das Unternehmen gehört zu der in der Minenbranche bekannten Grosso-Gruppe. Diese Gruppe hat bereits in der Vergangenheit mehrere Companys erfolgreich vorangebracht und zählt mit ihren Kontakten zu den besten Explorergruppen, die es im Explorerbusiness gibt. Besonders in Südamerika ist diese Gruppe bestens verankert. Dies hat den Vorteil, dass man sich neben dem erfahrenen Management auch um die zukünftige Finanzierung keine Sorgen machen muss. Daher ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass gerade in den letzten Monaten gleich zwei große Landpositionen in Kolumbien und Argentinien übernommen werden konnten. Damit besitzt das Unternehmen jetzt mehrere Projekte, die in den nächsten Monaten intensiv exploriert werden sollen.


Die Projekte:

Eagle Lake Property - Saskatchewan, Kanada

Anfang des Jahres hat das Unternehmen von Eagle Plains Resources eine Option erworben, 60 Prozent des Eagle Lake Projektes zu erwerben. Auf diesem Gebiet wurde bereits in den späten 60er und 70er Jahren ein Explorationsprogramm durchgeführt. Dabei wurde auf einer Länge von 1,5 km Uranmineralisierung in Gesteinsblöcken von 0,19 % bis 0,56 % U3O8 festgestellt. Das 8.000 Hektar große Gebiet wurde Anfang Februar um zusätzliche 26.000 Hektar erweitert.


Karin Lake - Saskatchewan, Kanada

Dieses 35.000 Hektar große Gebiet liegt rund 35 km östlich der Uranlagerstätte Key Lake von Cameco und grenzt unmittelbar an das Eagle Lake Projekt an. Historische Untersuchungen auf dem Gebiet ergaben auch hier Werte von bis zu 8,0 % U308 und bis zu 0,67 % MoS2 (Molybdän). Blue Sky hat eine Option erworben, dass wenn sie bis 2011 2,5 Mio. CA$ und 500.000 Aktien begibt, rund 60 Prozent des Projektes erwerben kann. Dieses Projekt wurde erst übernommen, nachdem ein geophysikalisches und bodengeologisches Programms aus der Luft durchgeführt wurde.


2 Projekte in Kolumbien

Mitte März wurden zwei zusammengerechnet 15.000 Hektar große Gebiete in Kolumbien zu 100 Prozent erworben. Beide Gebiete weisen ein hohes Potenzial auf, auf Uran zu stoßen. Diese Gebiete sind aber Grassroots-Projekte, die ihr wahres Potenzial erst nach einiger Explorationsarbeit zeigen sollten.

4 Projekte in Argentinien

Mitte April erwarb das Unternehmen das Recht, 4 Projekte von Argentine Uranium Corp. in einem Ausmaß von 4.000 km² zu testen. Das Unternehmen verfügt jetzt 90 Tage lang über ein Exklusivrecht, detaillierte Untersuchungen an diesen vier Projekten der Argentine Uranium Corp. durchzuführen. Sollten die Untersuchungen Erfolg haben, kann vor Ablauf der Frist eine Mehrheitsbeteiligung erworben werden.


Marktkapitalisierung – das große Asset!

In der Regel werden Uranexplorer derzeit mit einer riesigen Prämie am Markt gehandelt. Das Unternehmen muss nur einmal Uran in seiner Pressemeldung erwähnen und schon explodiert der Aktienkurs förmlich. Da ist Blue Sky Uranium allerdings eine Ausnahme, denn trotz sehr guter Performance seit dem letzten September wird die Aktie derzeit nur mit einer Marktkapitalisierung von rund 15 Mio. CA$ bewertet. Auch wenn sich die Projekte teilweise in einem noch sehr frühen Stadium befinden, ist die Aktie für einen reinen Uran-Play viel zu billig bewertet.


Fazit:

Auch wenn sich die Aktie noch in einem sehr frühen Stadium befindet und noch fast als reiner Management-Play bezeichnet werden kann, hat das Unternehmen schon sehr viel geleistet. Immerhin wurden schon mehrere Projekte in Kanada, Kolumbien und Argentinien an Land gezogen. Wobei die kanadischen Projekte bereits auf historische Explorationserfolge verweisen können. Wirklich spannend wird es aber in den nächsten Monaten, denn dann wird das Unternehmen ein aggressives Explorationsprogramm umsetzen und dies wird uns garantiert einen hochbrisanten Newsflow und damit auch steigende Aktienkurse bescheren. Das Unternehmen gehört zur Grosso-Gruppe, welche bereits in der Vergangenheit mehrere Companys erfolgreich vorangebracht hat und mit ihren Kontakten zu den besten Explorergruppen zählt, die es im Explorerbusiness gibt. Besonders in Südamerika ist diese Gruppe bestens verankert.
Blue Sky Options New Grass Roots Uranium Discovery in Argentina
5/9/2007

Santa Barbara Project-Values in excess of 10,000 ppm (1%) uranium

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, May 09, 2007 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX News Network) --
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE: BSK)(FRANKFURT: MAL)(WKN: A0MKXP) is pleased to announce that as a result of the ongoing review of the uranium property portfolio of Argentina Uranium Corp., a letter of intent has been signed to earn a 75% interest in the 60,000 hectare Santa Barbara uranium property in the Province of Rio Negro, located in the northern portion of the Patagonia region of Argentina. The Santa Barbara uranium project is a new discovery made by Dr. Jorge Berizzo, an internationally recognized Argentine geologist who also played a leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit (10.14 million lbs. U at 0.3 to 0.5% U) in nearby Chubut Province.

Sampling of outcropping yellow uranium-vanadium mineralization has returned values of greater than 10,000 ppm (greater than 1%) U and 797.8 ppm (0.08%) U from two points 16.5m apart (1% U is equivalent to 1.18% U3O8 or 23.58 pounds/ton U3O8). Blue Sky is planning to complete an airborne radiometric survey to delineate the extent of the radiometric anomaly and to identify others on the large Santa Barbara property. In addition, a surface program is planned to evaluate the zone of outcropping uranium mineralization. This work will include grid-based scintilometer surveying, radon gas detection, and hand trenching/pitting to collect rock samples.

The uranium mineralization identified to date on the Santa Barbara property is hosted by continental fluvial Upper Cretaceous calcite-cemented conglomerate and sandstone interlayered between limonitic mudstones with high gypsum contents. These rocks are generally un-deformed and sub-horizontal in an area of subdued topography. Cerro Solo is hosted by Lower Cretaceous fluvial sedimentary rocks of the San Jorge Basin in a similar geological setting as that found in the Neuquen Basin in the Santa Barbara area.

The uranium occurrences found to date are a new discovery and are located at the side of a secondary gravel road in the Province of Rio Negro. Blue Sky's exploration programs on the Santa Barbara project are expected to commence once full title to the land has been granted and all associated exploration permits have been obtained. The Santa Barbara claims have been applied for by Argentina Uranium Corp., have been plotted on government land tenure maps and final confirmation of concession of the tenure is expected shortly. The Company is very excited about the potential of the Santa Barbara project, however, work is at a very early stage and additional surface exploration and systematic sampling is required to confirm these encouraging initial results.

On April 19, 2007 the Company announced that it had entered into an exclusive agreement with Argentina Uranium Corp. to review over 4,000 square kilometres of its prospective uranium property in Argentina. In conjunction with the acquisition of the 60,000 hectare Santa Barbara property Blue Sky is continuing its due diligence review of Argentina Uranium Corp.'s other projects. Argentina Uranium's land package has been assembled under the direction of Dr. Jorge Berizzo.

All of Argentina Uranium's projects that Blue Sky will be evaluating have been selected by Dr. Berizzo for their potential to host economic uranium deposits. Dr. Berizzo is Argentina Uranium's Chief property scout. He has 22 years of experience in uranium exploration and production obtained as a senior exploration geologist and later on as mine manager for the Argentinean National Atomic Energy Commission ("CNEA"), as well as privately owned companies.

In order to earn a 75% undivided interest in the Santa Barbara property Blue Sky must complete CDN $3.0 million in exploration expenditures over 4 years, issue a total of 400,000 shares to Argentina Uranium, and maintain the property in good standing. A total of 100,000 shares are payable upon approval of the transaction by the TSX Venture Exchange and during year one there is a firm commitment to complete $CDN 200,000 of exploration expenditures. After completing the expenditure and share commitments, the parties will form a 75/25 joint venture. If Argentina Uranium fails to contribute its share to development of the project it would be diluted down to a 2% yellowcake royalty.

The analytical results reported in this news release were carried out by SGS Del Peru S.A.C., an internationally recognized analytical service provider A set of 52 elements was analyzed by SGS using ICP-AES and ICP-MS techniques after digestion by aqua-regia. Scintillometer readings were taken using a Stel SPP2 scintillometer. The contents of this news release have been reviewed by Dr. Ron McMillan, P.Geo., a consultant to and director of the Company, and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

Blue Sky is a newly listed uranium exploration company led by experienced management and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in the Athabasca area of Northern Saskatchewan, and seeking new opportunities in the Patagonia region of Argentina. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
IRW-News: Blue Sky Uranium


IR-WORLD-Presse: Blue Sky Uranium: Blue Sky sichert sich Optionen auf neuentdeckte Uranvorkommen in ArgentinienBlue Sky sichert sich Optionen auf neu entdeckte Uranvorkommen in Argentinien Projekt Santa Barbara, Werte über 10.000 ppm (1 % Uran) Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) teilt zufrieden mit, dassinfolge einer laufenden Überprüfung des Portfolios an Urangrubenfeldern derArgentina Uranium Corp. eine Absichtserklärung zum Erwerb eines 75-prozentigenAnteils an dem Urangrubenfeld Santa Barbara mit einer Fläche von 60.000 Hektarin der Provinz Rio Negro unterzeichnet wurde. Santa Barbara liegt im Norden derargentinischen Region Patagonien. Das Uranprojekt Santa Barbara ist eineNeuentdeckung von Dr. Jorge Berizzo, einem international anerkanntenargentinischen Geologen, der auch führend an der Entdeckung der UranlagerstätteCerro Solo (10,14 Mio. Pfund Uran mit 0,3 bis 0,5 % Uran) in der nahe gelegenenProvinz Chubut beteiligt.

Proben aus der zutage tretenden gelben Uran/Vanadium-Mineralisierung ergabenWerte >10.000 ppm (>1 % Uran) bzw. 797,8 ppm (0,08 % Uran) an zwei 16,5 mauseinander liegenden Punkten (1 % Uran entspricht 1,18 % U3O8). Blue Sky plantden Abschluss einer luftgestützten radiometrischen Vermessung, um die Ausdehnungder radiometrischen Anomalie zu beschreiben sowie weitere in dem ausgedehntenGrubenfeld Santa Barbara zu identifizieren. Außerdem ist ein Programm zurSammlung von Oberflächenproben geplant, um die Zone der zutage tretendenUranmineralisierung zu prüfen. Im Rahmen dieses Programms sollenSzintillometervermessungen nach dem Rasterverfahren, eine Radongasbestimmungsowie Handschacht- und Schürfarbeiten zur Sammlung von Gesteinsprobenvorgenommen.

Die bisher auf dem Grubenfeld Santa Barbara identifizierte Uranmineralisierungliegt in einem kontinentalen fluvialen Kalzit-Zement-Konglomerat der oberenKreidezeit sowie Sandsteinen, die mit Brauneisensandstein-Tonsedimenten mithohem Gipsanteil durchsetzt sind. Dieses Gestein ist allgemein nicht deformiertund liegt subhorizontal in einem Gebiet mit wenig schwieriger Topographie. CerroSolo liegt auf fluvialen Sedimentgesteinen der unteren Kreidezeit imSan-Jorge-Becken, in dem ähnliche geologische Bedingungen vorhanden sind wie indem Neuquen-Becken im Gebiet Santa Barbara. Die bisher gefundenen Uranproben gehören zu einem neu entdeckten Vorkommen nebeneiner Schotterkreisstraße in der Provinz Rio Negro. Die Explorationsprogrammevon Blue Sky für das Projekt Santa Barbara sollen beginnen, sobald der Anspruchauf das Land gesichert ist und alle entsprechenden Explorationsgenehmigungenvorliegen. Die Claims Santa Barbara hatte die Argentina Uranium Corp.beansprucht, sie sind in dem amtlichen Kataster erfasst, und die endgültigeBestätigung über die Konzession dürfte in Kürze vorliegen. Die Gesellschaft istgespannt, welches Potential das Projekt Santa Barbara hat, die Arbeiten befindensich jedoch noch in einem sehr frühen Stadium, und es sind zusätzlicheOberflächenexplorationsarbeiten und eine systematische Probenerfassungerforderlich, um die vielversprechenden ersten Ergebnisse zu bestätigen. Am 19. April 2007 informierte das Unternehmen, dass es eine Exklusivvereinbarungmit Argentina Uranium Corp. geschlossen habe, um 4.000 m2 einervielversprechenden Urankonzession in Argentinien zu überprüfen. Im Zusammenhangmit dem Erwerb der 60.000 Hektar für das Projekt Santa Barbara führt Blue Skyeine sorgfältige kaufmännische Prüfung der anderen Projekte der ArgentinaUranium Corp. durch. Die Grundstücke, über die Argentina Uranium Corp. verfügt,wurden unter Leitung von Dr. Jorge Berizzo erworben. Alle Projekte der Argentina Uranium Corp., die Blue Sky prüft, wurden von Dr.Berizzo wegen ihres Potentials wirtschaftlich abbaubarer Uranvorkommenausgewählt. Dr. Berizzo ist Argentiniens führender Geologe für Uranvorkommen. Erverfügt über 22 Jahre Erfahrung in der Uranexploration und förderung alsleitender Explorationsgeologe und später als Bergbaumanager für dieargentinische Atomenergiekommission CNEA sowie für Privatgesellschaften. Um eine ungeteilte Beteiligung an 75 % des Grubenfelds Santa Barbara zuerwerben, muss Blue Sky innerhalb von 4 Jahren die Explorationskosten von 3,0Mio. kanadischen Dollar investieren, insgesamt 400.000 Aktien für ArgentinaUranium Corp. ausgeben und das Gelände in gutem Zustand halten. Insgesamt mussdas Unternehmen nach Genehmigung der Transaktion durch die TSX Venture Exchange100.000 Aktien zahlen; außerdem verpflichtet sich die Gesellschaftunwiderruflich, im ersten Jahr die Explorationskosten von 200.000 kanadischeDollar zu übernehmen. Nach Leistung der Zahlungen und Übergabe der Aktien bildendie Vertragsparteien ein Joint Venture im Verhältnis 75:25 %. Wenn ArgentinaUranium Corp. seinen Anteil zur Erschließung des Projekts nicht leistet, erhältdie Gesellschaft lediglich eine Förderabgabe von 2 % des Uranoxids. Die in dieser Pressemitteilung genannten Analyseergebnisse wurden von SGS DelPeru S.A.C. ermittelt, einem international anerkannten Analyselabor; nachAufschluss mit Königswasser analysierte SGS insgesamt 52 Elemente nach demICP-AES-Verfahren sowie dem ICP-MS-Verfahren. Die Szintillometermessungen wurdenmit einem Szintillometer Stel SPP2 vorgenommen. Der Inhalt dieserPressemitteilung wurde von Dr. Ron McMillan, P.Geo., Berater und Direktor derGesellschaft und qualifizierter Sachverständigen im Sinne der nationalenVorschrift NI 43 101 überprüft. Blue Sky ist ein neu notiertes Uran-Explorations-Unternehmen, das von einemerfahrenen Management und Techniker-Teams geleitet wird. Blue Sky führt derzeitExplorationen im Gebiet Athabasca in Northern Saskatchewan durch und sucht nachneuen Möglichkeiten in der argentinischen Region Patagonien. Blue Sky gehört zurGrosso Group, ein Ressourcenmanagementkonzern mit über 15 JahrenExplorationserfahrung in Südamerika.IM AUFTRAG DES BOARD Sean Hurd___________________________Sean Hurd, President & CEOZusätzliche Informationen erhalten Sie von:Sean Hurd President und CEO(800) 901-0058 (604)687-1828 Fax (604)687-1858 .

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80cent auf 5 euro ist blue sky :cool::cool::cool: top tipp uli pfauntsch heute !!!!!!!!!
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Re: News Release - Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Blue Sky Options New Grass Roots Uranium Discovery in Argentina =======================================================================
Santa Barbara Project - Values in excess of 10,000 ppm (1%) uranium

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce that as a result of the ongoing review of the uranium property portfolio of Argentina Uranium Corp. a letter of intent has been signed to earn a 75% interest in the 60,000 hectare Santa Barbara uranium property in the Province of Rio Negro, located in the northern portion of the Patagonia region of Argentina. The Santa Barbara uranium project is a new discovery made by Dr. Jorge Berizzo, an internationally recognized Argentine geologist who also played a leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit (10.14 million lbs. U at 0.3 to 0.5% U) in nearby Chubut Province.

Sampling of outcropping yellow uranium-vanadium mineralization has returned values of >10,000 ppm (>1%) U and 797.8 ppm U (0.08%) U from two points 16.5m apart (1% U is equivalent to 1.18% U3O8 or 23.58 pounds/ton U3O8). Blue Sky is planning to complete an airborne radiometric survey to delineate the extent of the radiometric anomaly to and to identify others on the large Santa Barbara property. In addition, a surface program is planned to evaluate the zone of outcropping uranium mineralization. This work will include grid-based scintilometer surveying, radon gas detection, and hand trenching/pitting to collect rock samples.

The uranium mineralization identified to date on the Santa Barbara property is hosted by continental fluvial Upper Cretaceous calcite-cemented conglomerate and sandstone interlayered between limonitic mudstones with high gypsum contents. These rocks are generally un-deformed and sub-horizontal in an area of subdued topography. Cerro Solo is hosted by Lower Cretaceous fluvial sedimentary rocks of the San Jorge Basin in a similar geological setting as that found in the Neuquen Basin in the Santa Barbara area.


The uranium occurrences found to date are a new discovery and are located at the side of a secondary gravel road in the Province of Rio Negro. Blue Sky's exploration programs on the Santa Barbara project are expected to commence once full title to the land has been granted and all associated exploration permits have been obtained. The Santa Barbara claims have been applied for by Argentina Uranium Corp., have been plotted on government land tenure maps and final confirmation of concession of the tenure is expected shortly. The Company is very excited about the potential of the Santa Barbara project, however, work is at a very early stage and additional surface exploration and systematic sampling is required to confirm these encouraging initial results.

On April 19, 2007 the Company announced that it had entered into an exclusive agreement with Argentina Uranium Corp. to review over 4,000 square kilometres of its prospective uranium property in Argentina. In conjunction with the acquisition of the 60,000 hectare Santa Barbara property Blue Sky is continuing its due diligence review of Argentina Uranium Corp.'s other projects. Argentina Uranium's land package has been assembled under the direction of Dr. Jorge Berizzo.

All of Argentina Uranium's projects that Blue Sky will be evaluating have been selected by Dr. Berizzo for their potential to host economic uranium deposits. Dr. Berizzo is Argentina Uranium's Chief property scout. He has 22 years of experience in uranium exploration and production obtained as a senior exploration geologist and later on as mine manager for the Argentinean National Atomic Energy Commission ("CNEA"), as well as privately owned companies.

In order to earn a 75% undivided interest in the Santa Barbara property Blue Sky must complete CDN $3.0 million in exploration expenditures over 4 year's, issue a total of 400,000 shares to Argentina Uranium, and maintain the property in good standing. A total of 100,000 shares are payable upon approval of the transaction by the TSX Venture Exchange and during year one there is a firm commitment to complete $CDN 200,000 of exploration expenditures. After completing the expenditure and share commitments, the parties will form a 75/25 joint venture. If Argentina Uranium fails to contribute its share to development of the project it would be diluted down to a 2% yellowcake royalty.

The analytical results reported in this news release were carried out by SGS Del Peru S.A.C., an internationally recognized analytical service provider A set of 52 elements was analyzed by SGS using ICP-AES and ICP-MS techniques after digestion by aqua-regia. Scintillometer readings were taken using a Stel SPP2 scintillometer. The contents of this news release have been reviewed by Dr. Ron McMillan, P.Geo., a consultant to and director of the Company, and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

Blue Sky is a newly listed uranium exploration company led by experienced management and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in the Athabasca area of Northern Saskatchewan, and seeking new opportunities in the Patagonia region of Argentina. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
___________________________
Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Blue Sky Uranium (WKN: A0MKXP) findet an der Oberfläche Uran von über 1 Prozent!

Liebe Premiumabonnenten,

letzte Woche veröffentlichte unser Musterdepotwert Blue Sky Uranium ein kleine „Sensationsmeldung“. Beim Santa Babara Projekt wurde an der Oberfläche eine Uran/Vanadium Mineralisierung entdeckt, die eine Urankonzentration von 0,08 % bis über 1 % Uran enthielt. Entdeckt wurde dieses Gebiet von keinem geringeren als Dr. Jorge Berizzo, der auch maßgeblich an der Entdeckung der Uranlagerstätte Cerro Solo (> 10 Mio. Pfund Uran in einer Konzentration von 0,3 % bis 0,5 % Uran) beteiligt war.
Diese oberflächennahe Uranmineralisierung erinnert uns stark an unseren zweiten Musterdepotwert Wealth Minerals (WKN A0CADP, über 100 % Kursanstieg seit November 2006). Auch hier beginnt die Uranmineralisierung bereits an der Oberfläche. Im Prinzip kann man diese zwei Uranwerte ganz gut vergleichen. Beide sind in Argentinien tätig und beide verfügen über oberflächennahe Urankonzentrationen. Die Gebiete von Wealth Minerals sind natürlich viel besser erforscht und damit kann auch das Potenzial besser abgeschätzt werden. Dafür liegt auch die Marktkapitalisierung von Blue Sky nur bei rund 14 Mio. Euro gegenüber 80 Mio. Euro bei Wealth.
Wie wir bei unserem Gespräch mit dem Vorstand von Blue Sky erfahren haben, plant das Unternehmen für heuer umfangreiche Explorationsmaßnahmen und könnte daher bei entsprechenden Ergebnissen zum Jahresende eine ähnliche Marktkapitalisierung aufweisen, über die Wealth Minerals bereits verfügt. Das würde für einen enormen Kursanstieg sprechen.
Wir denken, dass dies die erste wirklich gute Pressemeldung von Blue Sky Uranium war und dass wir in den nächsten Wochen und Monaten mit einer ganzen Reihe von solchen Meldungen rechnen können. Wir stehen daher erst am Anfang einer wahrscheinlich wirklich beeindruckenden Kursperformance.
Apropos Uranpreis, am Spotmarkt stieg letzte Woche der Uranpreis auf 120 US$ pro Pfund, der seit letzter Woche neu gehandelte Uranfuture liegt aber schon bei 138 US$ pro Pfund. Es ist daher schon absehbar, wohin die Reise des Uranpreises in Kürze gehen wird. Ein weiterer Kursanstieg bei unseren Uranaktien sollte daher die Folge sein.
Da wir gerade in New York auf der Rohstoffkonferenz sind und hier auch Wealth Minerals vertreten ist, wollen wir versuchen, uns auf den neuesten Stand zu bringen. Wir denken, dass ein paar Explorationsdaten überfällig sind und wir wollen sehen, ob wir hier etwas ausfindig machen können. Trotz 100 % Kursperformance ist auch hier noch lange nicht das Ende der Fahnenstange erreicht. Daher gilt: in Uranaktien muss man derzeit investiert bleiben!

Kurs auf!*

Ihr

Joachim Brunner

*(„Glückauf!“ ist der Gruß der Bergleute – wir haben diesen leicht für die Rohstoffinvestoren abgewandelt)!





Achtung: Joachim Brunner ist auch Berater des First Junior Explorer Index, der durch das First Junior Explorer Zertifikat (WKN LS1JEX) nachgebildet wird. Es ist damit möglich, dass sich die in diesem Artikel beschriebenen Aktien im Index befinden.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.298.491 von hoschmi am 14.05.07 11:16:57Habe mal eine Frage.
Was passiert mit der Aktie ,wenn in der nächsten Zeit die Meldung kommt, wir haben eines der größten Urankonzentrationen gefunden und
denn Abbau gesichert. Diese Firma hat ja die Möglichkeit, das
solche Meldungen jeder Zeit kommen können.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.347.377 von bingohopper am 16.05.07 17:46:38Tja, was passiert dann? Entweder sie verkaufen ihre Liegenschaften an eine der großen Produktions-Gesellschaften, oder sie gehen selbst in Produktion. Auf alle Fälle steigt dein Aktienkurs gewaltig!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.347.922 von hoschmi am 16.05.07 18:21:29würde bsk als spekulativen top tip aktuell einstufen, werde auch weiter zulangen Zielkurs sind für heuer mal mind. 2 cad
:laugh:
Wieviele Aktien gibt es von dieser Firma? Stimmt die Angabe von
Comdirect das es nur 9,5 Mio. sind?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.360.889 von bingohopper am 17.05.07 18:03:28ja 9,545 Mio;)
29.05.2007 (11:23)

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. : Erste ordentliche Hauptversammlung der Aktionäre

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (News/Kurs/Chart/Board) (“Blue Sky”) freut sich, die Ergebnisse ihrer ersten ordentlichen Hauptversammlung der Aktionäre, die am 23. Mai 2007 in Vancouver, British Columbia, stattgefunden hat, bekannt zu geben. Die Aktionäre haben alle Beschlussvorlagen, die auf der Tagesordnung standen, gebilligt, unter anderem wurde der Aktienoptionsplan von Blue Sky genehmigt.

Die derzeitigen Directors des Unternehmens, Sean Hurd, Nikolas Cacos, Nick De Mare und Ron MacMillan, wurden für das kommende Jahr wiedergewählt. Die Directors möchten sich bei den Aktionären für dieses Vertrauensvotum bedanken.

Das Board of Directors hat die folgenden Führungskräfte für Blue Sky ernannt:

Sean Hurd President und CEO
Art Lang CFO
Linda McClusky Corporate Secretary

Es wurde ein Prüfungsausschuss mit Nick DeMare als Vorsitzendem sowie Nikolas Cacos und Ron MacMillan als weitere Ausschussmitglieder einberufen.

Über Blue Sky

Blue Sky ist ein neu an der Börse notiertes Uranexplorationsunternehmen, das aktiv mit der Exploration im Athabasca-Becken im Norden von Saskatchewan befasst und derzeit auf der Suche nach neuen Möglichkeiten in Kolumbien ist. Blue Sky hat vor kurzem mitgeteilt, dass das Unternehmen eine Absichtserklärung im Hinblick auf den Erwerb einer 75 %-igen Beteiligung an einer Lagerstätte in der Region Patagonien in Argentinien unterzeichnet hat und beabsichtigt, in der nahen Zukunft weitere Möglichkeiten in diesem Gebiet aktiv zu verfolgen.

IM AUFTRAG DES BOARD

“Sean Hurd”

Sean Hurd, President

Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie von Mark Chadwick per Telefon unter 1-800-901-0058 oder 604-687-1828; per Fax unter 604-687-1858; per E-Mail unter info@blueskyuranium.com, oder besuchen Sie die Website des Unternehmens unter http://www.blueskyuranium.com
Jun 11, 2007 16:29 ET
Blue Sky's Exploration Program Underway in Saskatchewan's Athabaska Region
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - June 11, 2007) - Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX VENTURE:BSK)(FRANKFURT:MAL)(WKN:AOMKXP) is pleased to announce that a six man crew has begun a surface prospecting program with its joint venture partner Eagle Plains Resources (TSX VENTURE:EPL) on the Eagle Lake and Karin Lake uranium projects, located in the Athabaska region of Saskatchewan. The work program will follow up on historic showings identified in the exploration programs conducted in the 1970's which identified surface samples as high as 8% U308 (AR 74A14-0023). The focus of the work program will be to site drill targets.

In addition to the historical results reported above, previous exploration in the area covered by the Eagle Lake property was conducted by Great Plains between 1969 and 1971 reportedly identified a float boulder train 1.5 kilometres in length. Historical records document that four boulders collected from the float train assayed 0.19, 0.32, 0.56, and 0.5 per cent U3O8 (note these are historical results and cannot be confirmed by Blue Sky or Eagle Plains). Great Plains reported high radon gas values from both water and soil samples collected near the uraniferous boulder train. Notably, the bedrock source for these float boulders was not located. Identifying the bedrock source will be one of the priorities of the exploration program.

The current surface exploration program will comprise scintillometer prospecting, geological mapping and a radon soil gas survey. The program has been allocated a budget of $150,000 and is expected to be completed by mid-summer 2007. Upon completion of the program and analysis of the data the Company will delineate drill targets for a fall/winter drill program.

The Eagle Lake/Karin Lake projects cover 69,000 hectares and the properties located approximately 35 km east of Cameco's Key Lake mining operation in north-central Saskatchewan, Canada. The project area is contiguous to the 34,000 ha Eagle Lake property, owned 100% by Eagle Plains and currently under option to Blue Sky.

This news release has been reviewed and approved by Tim Termuende, P.Geo., hereby designated as a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101.

Blue Sky is a newly listed uranium exploration company led by experienced management and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in the Athabasca area of Northern Saskatchewan, and seeking new opportunities in the Patagonia region of Argentina. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Jun 14, 2007 13:33 ET
Blue Sky Uranium Corp.: Exploration Underway at Santa Barbara Uranium Project, Argentina
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - June 14, 2007) - Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX VENTURE:BSK)(FRANKFURT:MAL)(WKN:A0MKXP) is pleased to announce the Company has commenced a Phase 1 exploration program on Blue Sky\'s Santa Barbara uranium project, located in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. The surface exploration program will delineate the extent of zones of outcropping uranium mineralization and will include grid-based scintilometer surveying and hand trenching/pitting to collect rock samples for analysis.

Previous sampling of outcropping yellow uranium-vanadium mineralization on the Santa Barbara property returned values of greater than 10,000 ppm (greater than 1%) U and 797.8 ppm U (0.08%) U from two points 16.5m apart (1% U is equivalent to 1.18% U3O8 or 23.58 pounds/ton U3O8). See press release dated May 9, 2007.

Blue Sky is earning 75% interest (from Argentina Uranium Corp.) in the 60,000 hectare Santa Barbara property. The Santa Barbara uranium project is a new discovery made by Dr. Jorge Berizzo, an internationally recognized Argentine geologist who also played a leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit (10.14 million lbs. U at 0.3 to 0.5% U) in nearby Chubut Province. Blue Sky has an exclusive agreement with Argentine Uranium Corp. to review over 4,000 square kilometres of its prospective uranium property in Argentina.

The uranium mineralization identified to date on the Santa Barbara property is hosted by continental fluvial Upper Cretaceous calcite-cemented conglomerate and sandstone interlayered between limonitic mudstones with high gypsum contents. These rocks are generally un-deformed and sub-horizontal in an area of subdued topography. Cerro Solo is hosted by Lower Cretaceous fluvial sedimentary rocks of the San Jorge Basin in a similar geological setting as that found in the Neuquen Basin in the Santa Barbara area.

Blue Sky is a uranium exploration company led by experienced management and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in Argentina and in the Athabasca area of Northern Saskatchewan. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
ich will ja nix sagen, aber da gibts einen Uranexplorer, der beginnt an beiden Projekten mit den Arbeiten.

Hat eines der besten Landpakete in Argentinien und ist sauniedrig bewertet und hat genug Cash.

...und keiner kauft!

Das muss und wird sich bald ändern!

BlueSky ist mind. 1,50 -2 CAD wert.

Gruß
IIBI
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.899.556 von hoschmi am 14.06.07 20:18:39Und hier die News noch in deutscher Sprache:

15.06.2007 10:02
IRW-PRESS: Blue Sky Uranium: Blue Sky Uranium Corp.: Exploration beim argentinischen Uranprojekt Santa Barbara im Gange
Blue Sky Uranium Corp.: Exploration beim argentinischen Uranprojekt Santa Barbara im Gange
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (Nachrichten) (BSK-TSX.V) freut sich bekannt zu geben, dass das Unternehmen ein Phase-1-Explorationsprogramm am Uranprojekt Santa Barbara von Blue Sky in der argentinischen Provinz Rio Negro begonnen hat. Das Oberflächenexplorationsprogramm wird die Ausdehnung von Gebieten mit Uranvorkommen beschreiben und beinhaltet eine rasterfeldbasierende Scintillometeruntersuchung sowie ein manuelles Schürfen, um Gesteinsproben zur Analyse zu entnehmen.
Vorherige Proben einer gelben Uran-Vanadium-Mineralisierung auf dem Grundstück Santa Barbara ergaben Werte von > 10.000 ppm (> 1%) U und 797,8 ppm U (0,08%) U von zwei 16,5 m von einander entfernten Punkten (1% U entspricht 1,18% U3O8 oder 23,58 Pfund/Tonne U3O8). Siehe Pressemitteilung vom 9. Mai 2007.
Blue Sky erwirbt eine 75%-Beteiligung (von Argentina Uranium Corp.) an dem 60.000 Hektar großen Grundstück Santa Barbara. Das Uranprojekt Santa Barbara ist eine neue Entdeckung von Dr. Jorge Berizzo, einem international angesehenen Geologen aus Argentinien, der auch bei der Entdeckung der Uranlagerstätte Cerro Solo (10,14 Millionen lbs. U bei 0,3 bis 0,5% U) in der Nähe der Provinz Chubut eine entscheidende Rolle spielte. Blue Sky hat mit Argentine Uranium Corp. ein exklusives Abkommen zur Erkundung von über 4.000 Quadratkilometern seiner viel versprechenden Urangrundstücke in Argentinien vereinbart.
Die bisher identifizierte Uranmineralisierung auf dem Grundstück Santa Barbara befindet sich in einem kontinentalen Kalzit-Zement-Gemisch aus der Oberen Kreidezeit sowie in Sandstein zwischen limonitischen Lehmstein mit hohem Gipsgehalt. Dieses Gestein ist im Allgemeinen unverformt und befindet sich subhorizontal in einem Gebiet von mäßiger Topographie. Cerro Solo enthält flüssiges Sedimentgestein aus dem San Jorge-Becken aus der Unteren Kreidezeit, in einer ähnlichen geologischen Beschaffenheit wie jener des Neuquen-Beckens im Gebiet von Santa Barbara.
Blue Sky ist ein Uranexplorationsunternehmen, das von einem erfahrenen Management und Techniker-Teams geleitet wird. Blue Sky führt in Argentinien und im Athabasca-Becken in Northern Saskatchewan aktiv Explorationen durch. Blue Sky gehört zur Grosso Group, ein Ressourcenmanagementkonzern mit über 15 Jahren Explorationserfahrung in Südamerika.

IM AUFTRAG DES BOARD
“Sean Hurd”
Folgende News vom 28.06.07 einige Tage verspätet, da ich verreist war:


Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) is pleased to announce the
appointment of Mr. Hernán Celorrio to the Board of Directors. Mr.
Celorrio is a prominent figure in the mining sector in Argentina and is
recognized internationally. His appointment to the Board is an
important step forward in the implementation of the Company's objective
to acquire, explore and develop uranium assets in Argentina.

Mr. Celorrio brings to Blue Sky an impressive breadth of experience,
including: President of Barrick Explorations Argentina during the
period December 1999 to March 2006; Over 30 years as Senior Partner of
Brons & Salas Law firm specializing in the Oil & Gas and Business
sectors; Professor of Administrative Law for the Buenos Aires National
University; International lecturer on natural resources; Vice-President
of the Argentine-Chilean Chamber of Commerce; member of the Board of
Directors of the Argentine-Canadian Chamber of Commerce and Chamber of
Mines; recognized legal Advisor on foreign companies settling in
Argentina and Natural Resources.

Mr. DeMare has tendered his resignation as a director and the Board
thanks him for his efforts.

Blue Sky is a uranium exploration company led by experienced management
and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in Argentina and in
the Athabasca area of Northern Saskatchewan. Blue Sky is a member of
the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years
experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Die nächsten Wochen und Monate werden spannender als die Sommerflaute:

Aug 29, 2007 09:30 ET
Blue Sky Uranium Corp.: Letter to Shareholders
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Aug. 29, 2007) -

Dear Shareholders,
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX VENTURE:BSK)(FRANKFURT:MAL)(WKN A0MKXP) has been very active since its inception in 2006 and throughout 2007. During this time our Company has continued to build its asset base, both in term of projects and people and is well positioned for continued growth. While the stock markets overall, and uranium stocks in particular, have seen a significant downward correction over the summer months I strongly believe that the current trading price in Blue Sky's common shares does not reflect the growing value of the Company. We have taken some major steps forward in Argentina, Saskatchewan and Colombia, with many exciting opportunities still ahead of us.
In Argentina, Blue Sky has aligned itself with Argentina Uranium Corp., gaining exclusive access to over 4,000 square kilometres of uranium projects that have been staked by Dr. Jorge Berizzo. Dr. Berizzo has 22 years of experience in uranium exploration in Argentina, much of it as senior exploration geologist for the Argentinean National Atomic Energy Commission ("CNEA"). He played a leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit in Chubut province, Argentina.
Dr. Berizzo and his team have made what is believed to be the first uranium discovery in Rio Negro province, Argentina, on the Santa Barbara property that Blue Sky is exploring to earn a 75% interest. Blue Sky has completed a Phase I surface exploration program that followed up on visible uranium mineralization discovered at Santa Barbara and the results will be released within the next few weeks. Blue Sky is planning to commence a second surface program as soon as possible to further expand the known areas of uranium mineralization and to evaluate drill targets.
In Saskatchewan, exploration has focused on identifying drill targets on the Eagle Lake/Karin Lake projects that cover 69,000 hectares. The properties are located approximately 35 km east of Cameco's Key Lake mining operation in north-central Saskatchewan, Canada. Blue Sky is earning a 60% interest in these projects from Eagle Plains Resources. Exploration activity at Eagle and Karin Lakes has included both surface and airborne geophysical exploration programs. Results will be released shortly and drilling is planned for Q1-08.
In Colombia, Blue Sky has made a strategic entry into the Country with the acquisition of a 100% interest in two uranium prospects totaling 15,000 hectares. Colombia has been improving at a steady pace and this has created great opportunities for uranium exploration and is a mineral rich country that remains very under explored. Management has a strong network of contacts in Colombia through the Company's relationship with the Grosso Group, and it is this network that continues to generate many new opportunities.
The Company's Team has been growing with the welcomed addition of Dr. Hernan Celorrio in June 2007 to the Board of Directors. Dr. Celorrio was the former President of Barrick Explorations Argentina during the period December 1999 to March 2006. In the Argentine mining industry Dr. Celorrio is a nationally recognized figure and he is an outstanding addition to our team, which now includes Dr. Ron McMillan, who has more than 40 years of experience in uranium, gold and copper exploration in 20 countries on 5 continents. In addition Mr. David Rhys has joined Blue Sky as Senior Consulting Geologist and has extensive work experience on uranium deposits in the Athabasca basin of Saskatchewan working for Cameco and UEX Corporation.
I would like to thank all of our shareholders for their continued support as we follow our business plan to grow Blue Sky into an industry leader. We have a very exciting future ahead of us and our team is continuously reviewing new opportunities.

Sincerely,
Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO

Cautionary Note to US Investors: This news release may contain information about adjacent properties on which we have no right to explore or mine. We advise U.S. investors that the SEC's mining guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents filed with the SEC. U.S. investors are cautioned that mineral deposits on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our properties. This news release may contain forward-looking statements including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc. Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this release.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.329.881 von hoschmi am 29.08.07 15:45:17Und hier noch in deutscher Sprache:

IRW-Press - 29.08.2007, 17:36 Uhr

Blue Sky Uranium Corp.: Brief an die Aktionäre
IRW-Press/Blue Sky Uranium: Blue Sky Uranium Corp.: Brief an die
Aktionäre

Werte Aktionäre,
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) war seit dem Beginn 2006 und auch
während des ganzen Jahres 2007 überaus aktiv. Während dieser Zeit
erstellte unser Unternehmen weiterhin Aktiva – sowohl in puncto Projekte
als auch in puncto Mitarbeiter – und weist optimale Voraussetzungen für
ein weiteres Wachstum auf. Während in den Sommermonaten die Aktienmärkte
im Allgemeinen und die Uranaktien im Besonderen deutlich nach unten
korrigiert wurden, bin ich davon überzeugt, dass der aktuelle
Handelspreis der Stammaktien von Blue Sky nicht das Wachstumspotenzial
des Unternehmens widerspiegelt. Wir machten große Fortschritte in
Argentinien, Saskatchewan und Kolumbien, und viele weitere aufregende
Möglichkeiten liegen noch vor uns.
In Argentinien arrangierte sich Blue Sky mit Argentina Uranium Corp. und
erhielt exklusiven Zugang zu über 4.000 Quadratkilometern an
Uranprojekten, die von Dr. Jorge Berrizzo abgesteckt wurden. Dr.
Berrizzo kann eine Erfahrung von 22 Jahren im Bereich der
Uranexploration in Argentinien vorweisen und fungierte lange Zeit als
leitender Explorationsgeologe der argentinischen Atomenergiebehörde
CNEA. Er spielte auch bei der Entdeckung der Uranlagerstätte Cerro Solo
in der argentinischen Provinz Chubut eine wichtige Rolle.
Dr. Berrizzo und sein Team machten auf dem Grundstück Santa Barbara, auf
das Blue Sky durch Explorationen eine 75%-Beteiligung erwirbt, die
vermutlich erste Uranentdeckung in der argentinischen Provinz Rio Negro.
Blue Sky führte ein Phase-I-Oberflächenexplorationsprogramm durch, das
zu einer sichtbaren Uranmineralisierung bei Santa Barbara führte; die
Ergebnisse werden in den nächsten Wochen veröffentlicht. Blue Sky plant,
so bald wie möglich ein zweites Oberflächenprogramm zu beginnen, um die
bekannten Gebiete der Uranmineralisierung zu erweitern und um Bohrziele
zu evaluieren.
In Saskatchewan liegt das Hauptaugenmerk der Exploration auf der
Identifizierung von Bohrzielen auf den 69.000 Hektar umfassenden
Projekten Eagle Lake/Karin Lake. Die Grundstücke befinden sich etwa 35
km östlich des Bergbaubetriebs Key Lake von Cameco im mittleren Norden
von Saskatchewan, Kanada. Blue Sky erwirbt von Eagle Plains Resources
eine 60%-Beteiligung an diesen Projekten. Die Explorationen bei Eagle
Lake und Karin Lake beinhalteten sowohl Oberflächen- als auch
geophysikalische Airborne-Explorationsprogramme. Die Ergebnisse werden
in Kürze veröffentlicht; Bohrungen sind für das erste Quartal 2008
geplant.
In Kolumbien verschaffte sich Blue Sky durch den Erwerb einer
100%-Beteiligung an zwei Urangrundstücken mit insgesamt 15.000 Hektar
einen strategischen Vorteil. Kolumbien ist ein mineralreiches, jedoch
kaum erkundetes Land, das kontinuierlich Fortschritte machte, was zu
großartigen Chancen für Uranexplorationen führte. Das Management verfügt
dank der Zugehörigkeit des Unternehmens zur Grosso Group über ein großes
Kontaktnetzwerk in Kolumbien, und gerade durch dieses Netzwerk entstehen
viele neue Chancen.
Das Team des Unternehmens wurde im Juni 2007 durch die Aufnahme von Dr.
Hernán Celorrio in das Board of Directors verstärkt. Dr. Celorrio war
von Dezember 1999 bis März 2006 President von Barrick Explorations
Argentina. In der argentinischen Bergbaubranche ist Dr. Celorrio eine
renommierte Persönlichkeit und eine wirkliche Verstärkung für unser
Team, dem nun auch Dr. Ron McMillan angehört, der in der Uran-, Gold-
und Kupferexploration eine Erfahrung von über 40 Jahren vorweisen kann
und bereits in 20 Ländern auf fünf Kontinenten tätig war. Zudem wurde
David Rhys, der über eine umfangreiche Erfahrung mit Uranlagerstätten im
Athabasca-Becken in Saskatchewan verfügt und bereits für Cameco und UEX
Corporation arbeitete, zum Senior Consulting Geologist von Blue Sky
bestellt.
Ich möchte all unseren Aktionären herzlich für die Unterstützung bei der
Umsetzung unseres Geschäftsplanes danken, der Blue Sky zu einem
Marktführer machen soll. Wir haben eine aufregende Zukunft vor uns, in
der unser Team kontinuierlich auf der Suche nach neuen Chancen ist.

Hochachtungsvoll,

“Sean Hurd”
___________________________
Sean Hurd, President & CEO
man glaubt es nicht aber es geht endlich mal wieder aufwärts!

der Markt ist total ausgedünnt in BSK, die raus wollten sind raus.

Denke es kann schnell mal 50% und mehr nach oben gehen!

Gruß
IIBI
:D
Blue Sky Uranium samples uranium along 11 km area


2007-09-10 04:58 ET - News Release

Mr. Sean Hurd reports

BLUE SKY DISCOVERS 11KM TREND AT SANTA BARBARA URANIUM PROJECT, ARGENTINA

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. has released the results from a phase I reconnaissance sampling and scintillometer surveying program on the Santa Barbara uranium property in the province of Rio Negro, Argentina. The surface program has identified uranium and radiometric anomalies along a linear east-northeast-oriented trend over 11 kilometres long. These anomalies occur along a prominent fault identified on government geology maps of the area.

Results from 21 additional samples and hand-held scintillometer surveying confirm the previously announced uranium showing (greater than 10,000 parts per million U or greater than 1 per cent U, see news issued in Stockwatch dated May 9, 2007). In the initial discovery area grab samples returned grades up to 13,400 parts per million U and ground scintillometer surveying has defined a radiometric anomaly over one kilometre in length at the east-northeast end of a larger 11 kilometres radiometric anomaly trend.
Re: News Release - Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Blue Sky appoints pre-eminent uranium specialist as Executive VP
and COO
===================================================================

Company acquires top talent with 25 years experience in natural
resources

Vancouver -- Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK -- TSX.V) ("Blue Sky" or the
"Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Clifton
Farrell as Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer. Dr. Farrell's
extensive professional career includes 25 years in natural resources,
with a specific focus on the uranium and alternate energy industries.
He holds a PhD in Geochemistry and an MA in Geology and Economics from
Harvard University. He earned his Honours BSc in Geology from Queen's
University where he received Canada's Governor General's Award for
excellence in Geology.

"I was attracted to Blue Sky because the company has assembled an
outstanding group of people and projects that together are capable of
achieving rapid growth, especially given the growing demand in the
uranium market," said Dr. Clifton Farrell, Executive Vice President and
Chief Operating Officer of Blue Sky Uranium Corp. "With the ongoing
review of a best-in-class uranium land package in Argentina, supported
by excellent technical and business professionals, I believe the
company is well positioned to become a premier uranium exploration
company in Argentina. I am very excited and committed to be an integral
part of the team to achieve the objective of taking Blue Sky to the
highest level possible."

"Clifton brings to Blue Sky a strong technical background in uranium
geology, exploration, mine planning, operations and decommissioning,
and we are thrilled to be bringing such a high-caliber and
distinguished professional on board," said Sean Hurd, President and CEO
of Blue Sky Uranium Corp. "Clifton is a key component of our business
strategy, which is to build our executive and technical teams, expand
and explore our uranium property portfolio and demonstrate that our
company will become an industry leader."

Dr. Farrell will be based out of Blue Sky's Vancouver office, working
alongside the company's management and exploration teams. He joins Blue
Sky from the NEI in Washington, D.C., where he was responsible for
licensing and regulatory affairs. Dr. Farrell's other past experience
includes acting as executive director of Ecological Services Group
International in Ecuador and Peru and president of Electro-Pure Systems
Inc., where he developed and commercialized electrochemical technology
under the sponsorship of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. He
is a fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists, a member of the
Society for Mining Metallurgy and Exploration and a member of the
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Dr. Farrell's languages
include written and spoken English and German as well as conversational
Spanish, Japanese and French.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO



For further information please contact Mark Chadwick, Manager Corporate
Communications at 1-800-901-0058 or 604-687-1828, or fax 604-687-1858,
or by email info@blueskyuranium.com, or visit the Company's web site at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com.

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this release.
Cautionary Note to US Investors: This news release may contain
information about adjacent properties on which we have no right to
explore or mine. We advise U.S. investors that the SEC's mining
guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents
filed with the SEC. U.S. investors are cautioned that mineral deposits
on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our
properties. This news release may contain forward-looking statements
including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content
of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of
property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc.
Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and
therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may
differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

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Copyright (c) 2007 BLUE SKY URANIUM CORPORATION (BSK) All rights
reserved. For more information visit our website at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com/ or send mailto:info@blueskyuranium.com
Blue Sky Completes 3,000 Square Km Airborne Radiometric Survey in
Argentina

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) is pleased to announce that the
company has completed an airborne radiometric and magnetic survey in
Rio Negro province, Argentina covering more than 3,000 square
kilometres. The survey was carried out by New Sense Geophysics Limited
as part of the ongoing work on the Company's Santa Barbara project and
review of over 4,000 square km of uranium projects in Argentina. Blue
Sky is expecting to have the final interpretation and report from this
program shortly and is planning surface programs to follow up on
airborne targets.

"This significant airborne program has been conducted over a
under-explored region that has never seen systematic airborne
radiometric and magnetic surveys in the past. This represents a great
opportunity for our Company as we continue to pursue our objective of
becoming one of the leading uranium explorers in Argentina," said Dr.
Clifton Farrell, Executive VP and C.O.O.

Airborne radiometric surveys can rapidly delineate areas of elevated
surface uranium mineralization for subsequent detailed geological
examination, sampling and resource assessment. Blue Sky is employing
this exploration technique to focus on the most prospective areas for
follow-up exploration.

To date in Rio Negro, Blue Sky has acquired an option to earn a 75%
interest in the 60,000 hectare Santa Barbara project from Argentina
Uranium Corp. Surface exploration work has identified a mineralized
trend that extends for over 11 km with grades up to 13,400 ppm U
corresponding with a fault mapped on government geological maps (see
news release dated Sept. 10-07). Preliminary results from the airborne
survey show that the mineralized trend correlates with a linear
radiometric anomaly.

The Santa Barbara uranium project is a new discovery made by Dr. Jorge
Berizzo, an internationally recognized Argentine geologist who also
played a leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium
deposit (10.14 million pounds U at 0.3 to 0.5 per cent U) in nearby
Chubut province. Blue Sky has an exclusive agreement with Argentine
Uranium to review over 4,000 square kilometres of its prospective
uranium property in Argentina.

The uranium mineralization identified to date on the Santa Barbara
property is hosted by flat lying continental fluvial Upper Cretaceous
calcite-cemented conglomerate and sandstone interlayered between
limonitic mudstones with high gypsum contents within the Neuquen Basin.
These rocks are located in an area of subdued topography. Cerro Solo
is hosted by Lower Cretaceous fluvial sedimentary rocks of the San
Jorge Basin in a similar geological setting.

The contents of this news release have been reviewed by Dr. Ron
McMillan, P.Geo., a consultant to and director of the Company, and a
Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO

For further information please contact Mark Chadwick, Manager Corporate
Communications at 1-800-901-0058 or 604-687-1828, or fax 604-687-1858,
or by email info@blueskyuranium.com, or visit the Company's web site at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com
Der wert ist in der aktuellen ausgabe von focus money als hot stock empfohlen worden.

Aussichtsreiche Projekte, hohe Chancen.

Grüße
Blue Sky to Earn 75% Interest in New Uranium Discovery in
Argentina

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce
that as a result of the ongoing review of the uranium property
portfolio of Argentina Uranium Corp., a letter of intent has been
signed to earn a 75% interest in the 128,689 hectare "Anit" uranium
property in the Province of Rio Negro, located in the northern portion
of the Patagonia region of Argentina.

An airborne radiometric survey over the Anit project has identified a
15 kilometre long and up to 1 kilometre wide uranium anomaly within the
Anit project. Blue Sky's and Argentina Uranium's technical teams
followed up to ground truth the anomaly and immediately located several
rock samples with visible uranium mineralization that were exposed due
to a freshly graded gravel road that intersects a portion of the
anomaly. The Anit project has had no prior exploration history and
represents a brand new grassroots uranium discovery in Rio Negro
Province, Argentina.

The Anit prospect is in a "sandstone-hosted" environment, similar to
the important Grants Uranium District in New Mexico, where more than
340 million pounds of uranium have been produced. Except for in and
around a few known deposits, exploration for uranium in Argentina has
been very limited until recently. Blue Sky and Argentina Uranium are
the first to do any sort of systematic modern exploration in the
Province of Rio Negro. The Anit discovery indicates the effectiveness
of our grassroots exploration strategy in this region.

The eastern part of the Anit anomaly was detected while flying
East-West, 1-kilometre spaced lines and the western part defined by
North-South lines flown a few days later. Airborne Uranium Gamma ray
spectrometry results higher than 30 counts per second (CPS) delimit the
Anit anomaly. A uranium-sourced west-northwest trending anomaly with
readings over 50 CPS and up to 138 CPS represents the core of the Anit
anomaly. Thorium readings are homogeneous and low (23 CPS average)
throughout the Anit anomaly. Regional geologic maps (1:250,000 scale)
show that early Cretaceous sandstone and conglomerate underlie the Anit
anomaly. Late Tertiary and Quaternary gravel and sand deposits cover
the early Cretaceous rocks. Gamma ray spectrometry results and
available geologic information are consistent with a "sandstone-hosted"
environment.

On April 19, 2007 the Company announced that it had entered into an
exclusive agreement with Argentina Uranium Corp. to review over 4,000
square kilometres of its prospective uranium property in Argentina.
Blue Sky is continuing its due diligence review of Argentina Uranium
Corp.'s other projects. Argentina Uranium's land package has been
assembled under the direction of Dr. Jorge Berizzo.

Argentina Uranium's projects that Blue Sky is currently evaluating have
been selected by Dr. Berizzo for their potential to host economic
uranium deposits. Dr. Berizzo is Argentina Uranium's Chief property
scout. He has 22 years of experience in uranium exploration and
production obtained as a senior exploration geologist, and later on as
mine manager for the Argentinean National Atomic Energy Commission
("CNEA"), as well as privately owned companies. Dr. Berizzo also played
a leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit in
Chubut province, Argentina.

In order to earn a 75% undivided interest in the Anit property Blue Sky
must complete CDN $2.0 million in exploration expenditures over 4
years. During year one there is a firm commitment to complete CDN
$100,000 of exploration expenditures. After completing the expenditure
commitments, the parties will form a 75/25 joint venture. If Argentina
Uranium fails to contribute its share to development of the project it
would be diluted down to a 2% yellowcake royalty. Official title for
the Anit exploration permits have not yet been officially granted. The
permit applications are shown on the tenure maps for the Province of
Rio Negro and are expected to be officially granted upon completion of
consultation with the owners of the relevant surface rights. The
transaction is subject to TSX Venture acceptance.

The contents of this news release have been reviewed by Dr. Ron
McMillan, P.Geo., a consultant to and director of the Company, and a
Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

Blue Sky is a uranium exploration company led by experienced management
and technical teams and is actively exploring in the Patagonia region
of Argentina and in the Athabasca area of Northern Saskatchewan. Blue
Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with
over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
"Ich hatte ein langes und intensives Gespräch mit Sean Hurt und Nico Cacos. Hier die wichtigsten Informationen: Die Urananomalien, die sie in Argentinien durch radiologische Messungen aus der Luft gefunden haben, waren gigantisch. Auch die Vorort Untersuchungen durch Probeentnahmen waren ein voller Erfolg. Das größte Problem stellt im Moment die Genehmigung der Bohrungen dar. Erst mit dieser werden wir Genaueres wissen. Ein Bohrprogramm wird aber in den nächsten Wochen auf dem JV-Projekt Craig´s Bay erfolgen. Die radiologischen Untersuchungen waren sehr viel versprechend, sodass wir auf die Ergebnisse gespannt sein können. Der Newsflow sollte der Aktie endlich wieder eine positive Kursentwicklung bescheren, wobei es die Uranaktien derzeit allgemein nicht leicht haben." (Quelle: Brunner (SCI), 8.2.08)
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) is pleased to announce the amendment
of the option agreements that were entered into on the Eagle Lake and
Karin Lake projects dated December 14, 2006, and May 29, 2007. The
parties have agreed to a $477,000 budget for an upcoming drilling
program that is expected to commence in February or March 2008. Blue
Sky will issue an additional 500,000 shares to cover 50% of the cost of
the drill program and will pay no more than $239,000 for the remaining
50% of the drill program.

The additional shares to be issued will be released at a rate of
100,000 per month beginning July 1, 2008 and ending on November 1,
2008. Expenditures by Blue Sky on work commitments past the minimum
required in earlier agreements on either the Eagle Lake or Karin Lake
projects can be applied against outstanding work commitments on the
other project. Blue Sky is earning a 60% interest in the 69,000 hectare
Eagle and Karin Lake projects, located in the Athabasca region of
Saskatchewan.

Blue Sky is a uranium exploration company led by experienced management
and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in the Patagonia
region of Argentina, in Colombia and in the Athabasca area of Northern
Saskatchewan. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource
management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South
America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Shareholder Update

Dear Shareholders,

Since the last shareholder's letter our Company has made significant
progress on many fronts, although the downturn in the overall market
has affected our share price along with the vast majority of uranium
explorers and producers alike. During this latest market cycle, Blue
Sky has remained focused on advancing its projects in Argentina,
Saskatchewan and Colombia. In particular, we have made two brand new
uranium discoveries in Argentina. Our exploration programs for 2008 are
expected to begin shortly, putting us in an excellent position for
significant growth this year.

In Argentina, as part of our exclusive review of properties held by
Argentina Uranium, we have jointly made two very exciting early-stage
uranium discoveries in Rio Negro province proving that our grass roots
exploration strategy has been very effective. These two discoveries
have been made in a region that has previously been unrecognized for
its uranium potential. On the Santa Barbara discovery we have
identified an 11 km long mineralized anomaly, and on the Anit project
we have discovered a 15 km long anomaly.

Both the Santa Barbara and Anit properties contain abundant visible
uranium mineralization on the surface. Exploration is expected to
re-commence soon and will consist of auger sampling, radon gas surveys
and scintilometer surveys in areas defined by radiometric surveys to
have anomalous uranium mineralization. Trenching and drilling of the
targeted areas is anticipated later this year.

In Saskatchewan our summer exploration programs in the Athabaska region
have focused on the Karin and Eagle Lake projects. These programs have
identified several drill targets, and in the coming weeks we expect to
commence drilling on the high priority Craig's Bay target. This drill
program is expected to be completed late in Q1 or early Q2 2008.

In Colombia we are continuing to review new opportunities and grow our
uranium property portfolio. Colombia has steadily grown in prominence
as an exploration destination due to its rich mineral resources and
improved working environment. Our strategy is to be one of the first
uranium explorers to build a significant land package in that country.

Please visit our web site (www.blueskyuranium.com) for more details
about Blue Sky's projects and to view our updated Corporate
Presentation that contains our estimated exploration time-line for
2008.

Sincerely,

"Sean Hurd"
Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO

For further information please contact Mark Chadwick, Manager Corporate
Communications at 1-800-901-0058 or 604-687-1828, or fax 604-687-1858,
or by email info@blueskyuranium.com, or visit the Company's web site at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com.
The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this release.
Cautionary Note to US Investors: This news release may contain
information about adjacent properties on which we have no right to
explore or mine. We advise U.S. investors that the SEC's mining
guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents
filed with the SEC. U.S. investors are cautioned that mineral deposits
on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our
properties. This news release may contain forward-looking statements
including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content
of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of
property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc.
Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and
therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may
differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

2007

Copyright (c) 2008 BLUE SKY URANIUM CORPORATION (BSK) All rights
reserved. For more information visit our website at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com/ or send mailto:info@blueskyuranium.com
Blue Sky 2008 Argentina Exploration Program Underway

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) is pleased to announce the
commencement of its 2008 exploration programs on the ANIT and Santa
Barbara uranium discoveries in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. The
field programs will focus on the exploration of several large, very
strong radiometric anomalies. Abundant uranium-bearing petrified wood and visible yellow uranium mineralization characterize the surfaces of all claims. No systematic exploration has ever been conducted on
either project.

The ANIT discovery contains a mineralized trend that extends for over 15 km in length and varies up to 2 km in width. The strength of the radiometric anomaly at ANIT closely resembles that of the Cerro Solo deposit in neighboring Chubut Province that contains approximately 10 million pounds U3O8. The footprint of the anomaly at ANIT is an order of magnitude larger than that of Cerro Solo. The Santa Barbara project contains three parallel zones of uranium mineralization, 11 km, 6.5 km and 5 km in length respectively and up to 1.5 km in width.

Both the ANIT and Santa Barbara projects are in a "sandstone-hosted" environment, similar to the important Grants Uranium District in New Mexico, where more than 340 million pounds of uranium have been produced. Except for in and around a few known deposits, exploration for uranium in Argentina has been very limited until recently and these two discoveries in Rio Negro Province may represent the discovery of a new uranium district. Blue Sky and its partners, Argentina Uranium Corp., are the first to do any systematic modern exploration in Rio
Negro. These two discoveries indicate the effectiveness of Blue Sky's grassroots exploration strategy in this region.

The exploration program will include overburden augur sampling to a
depth of 3 to 5 metres, radon gas analyses, ground geophysics, geologic mapping, surface chip sampling from trenches and the chemical analyses of augured and trench samples. The exploration program is expected to be completed in May 2008 and results from the program will be released on an ongoing basis as they become available.

The ANIT project contains a strong 15km long radiometric anomaly that varies up to 2 km in width. Numerous surface discoveries of
disseminated uranium mineralization and uranium-bearing petrified wood were made along road cuts across the ANIT airborne radioactive anomaly in a November 2007 investigation. Blue Sky is earning a 75% interest in the ANIT project from Argentina Uranium Corp. (see press release dated January 11, 2008).

In 2007 surface sampling on the Santa Barbara project confirmed the
presence of uranium mineralization with values of up to 1.3% U3O8.
Three northeast trending zones of uranium mineralization, each
approximately 11 km, 6.5 km and 5 km in length and varying up to 1 km in width, were identified in the airborne survey and remain to be evaluated. Blue Sky is earning a 75% interest in the Santa Barbara project from Argentina Uranium Corp. (see press release dated May 9, 2007).

The exploration program is designed to determine the size and
continuity of the radiometric anomalies and, through detailed rock and soil sampling, typical uranium grades. Uranium mineralization appears to be confined to Lower Cretaceous age tuffaceous sandstones and conglomerates in paleochannels. The topography is flat lying with limited outcrop. The exploration model focuses on continental fluvial systems developed in an intra-cratonic basin that filled with continental pyroclastic, continental, channel-fill sediments carrying petrified wood, vegetative matter and bitumen in the gravels. These sediments provided the reducing environment to precipitate and concentrate soluble uranium that was weathering from uraniferous Jurassic felsic sediments to the southwest. Some additional structural and/or stratigraphic controls may be operational in the Santa Barbara discovery.

Blue Sky is a uranium exploration company led by experienced management and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in the Patagonia region of Argentina, in Colombia and in the Athabasca area of Northern Saskatchewan. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource
management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South
America


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO

For further information please contact Mark Chadwick, Manager Corporate
Communications at 1-800-901-0058 or 604-687-1828, or fax 604-687-1858,
or by email info@blueskyuranium.com, or visit the Company's web site at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com.

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this release.
Cautionary Note to US Investors: This news release may contain
information about adjacent properties on which we have no right to
explore or mine. We advise U.S. investors that the SEC's mining
guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents
filed with the SEC. U.S. investors are cautioned that mineral deposits on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our properties. This news release may contain forward-looking statements including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc.
Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and
therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

Copyright (c) 2008 BLUE SKY URANIUM CORPORATION (BSK) All rights
reserved. For more information visit our website at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com/ or send mailto:info@blueskyuranium.com
Blue Sky And Eagle Plains To Drill Saskatchewan Uranium Projects

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) and Eagle Plains Resources
(TSX-V:EPL) are pleased to announce that crews have been mobilized to
the Karin Lake uranium property in the Athabasca Region of
Saskatchewan, Canada. The 1,500 metre diamond drill program will test
the Craig Bay mineral showing, along portions of a strong EM-conductor
identified during the 2006 GEOTEM airborne survey.

The EM conductor coincides with a >2 kilometer long pronounced
topographic lineament that is associated with yellow and red stained
mineralized boulders that have returned historical values up to 0.93%
U3O8 (see Karin Lake 43-101 and AR 74A14-0011). Recent mapping,
sampling and radon and scintillometer surveys along this lineament by
EPL geologists have revealed an extensive anomalous outcrop area, which
returned sample values of up to 0.18% U3O8.

The claims lie 30 kilometres south of the edge of the Athabasca
Formation, and are underlain by basement rocks of the Wollaston Domain
comprised of Aphebian metasedimentary gneisses and schists, including
pelitic schists and gneisses with graphitic horizons. The Craig Bay
mineral showing is located along the southeast margin of a 27 kilometer
long conductive EM anomaly ring feature, entirely within the Karin Lake
property claim area. At least two other uranium mineral occurrences
along this ring feature have seen historical drilling which proved
graphite dominant horizons to explain the EM-conductor. The focus will
be to explore for uranium deposits along the ring EM-conductive feature
at intersections with north to northwest-trending faults which are
interpreted to have formed structural traps where uranium
mineralization may have been preserved.

Blue Sky is earning a 60% interest in the Eagle Lake/Karin Lake
projects that cover 69,000 hectares and are located approximately 35 km
east of Cameco's Key Lake mining operation in north-central
Saskatchewan, Canada. The 2008 drilling program will be under the
direction of EPL Chief Geologist Jarrod Brown, P.Geo.

This news release has been reviewed and approved by C.C. (Chuck)
Downie, P.Geo., hereby designated as a "Qualified Person" under
National Instrument 43-101.

Blue Sky is a uranium exploration company led by experienced management
and technical teams. Blue Sky is actively exploring in the Patagonia
region of Argentina, in Colombia and in the Athabasca area of Northern
Saskatchewan. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource
management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South
America

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO

For further information please contact Mark Chadwick, Manager Corporate
Communications at 1-800-901-0058 or 604-687-1828, or fax 604-687-1858,
or by email info@blueskyuranium.com, or visit the Company's web site at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com.

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this release.
Cautionary Note to US Investors: This news release may contain
information about adjacent properties on which we have no right to
explore or mine. We advise U.S. investors that the SEC's mining
guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents
filed with the SEC. U.S. investors are cautioned that mineral deposits
on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our
properties. This news release may contain forward-looking statements
including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content
of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of
property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc.
Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and
therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may
differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.
News Release - Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Blue Sky acquires 100 per cent interest in Argentina Uranium
Corp.

Blue Sky to become one of the largest uranium explorers in Argentina;
acquires over 500,000 hectares (5,000 sq km's) of prospective uranium
property

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) (the "Company") ("Blue Sky") is
pleased to announce that the Company has entered into a Letter of
Agreement to acquire 100 per cent of the shares of Argentina Uranium
Corp., thereby gaining control of over 500,000 hectare uranium land
package in Argentina. With this acquisition, Blue Sky will become one
of the largest uranium explorers in Argentina.

"The acquisition is a major step toward Blue Sky Uranium's objective of
becoming the leading uranium explorer in mineral-rich Argentina -- a
country that has historically been under-explored for uranium," said
Dr. Clifton Farrell, Executive VP and COO of Blue Sky Uranium Corp.
"The Blue Sky team recently completed an airborne radiometric and
magnetic survey over much of Argentina Uranium's property and we are
very encouraged by the results we have seen so far."

All of the projects staked by Argentina Uranium were completed under
the direction of Dr. Jorge Berizzo, one of the foremost authorities on
uranium in Argentina. Dr. Berizzo has 22 years of experience in uranium
exploration, including 14 years as senior exploration geologist for the
Argentinean National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA). He played a
leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit (10.14
million pounds U at 0.3 per cent to 0.5 per cent U) in Chubut province.

In 2007, Blue Sky conducted a due diligence review of the assets held
by Argentina Uranium Corp. Most recently, Blue Sky has completed more
than 3,000 square kilometres of radiometric and magnetic surveys. Based
on the preliminary evaluation of the survey results that have been
received to date from surface exploration in Rio Negro province, Blue
Sky's management and technical teams have recommended the acquisition
of Argentina Uranium.

To date there are two new mineralized systems that are associated with
the airborne radiometric anomalies on the ground currently held by
Argentina Uranium Corp., these are on the ANIT and Santa Barbara
properties in Rio Negro province. Uranium-bearing petrified wood and
visible, yellow uranium mineralization have been identified on surface
at both the ANIT and Santa Barbara projects.

The ANIT anomaly extends for more than 15 km in length and varies up
to 2 km in width. The strength of the radiometric anomaly at ANIT
closely resembles that of the Cerro Solo deposit in neighboring Chubut
Province that contains approximately 10 million pounds U3O8. The
footprint of the anomaly at ANIT is an order of magnitude larger than
that of Cerro Solo.

The Santa Barbara project contains three parallel anomalies, 11 km, 6.5
km and 5 km in length respectively and up to 1.5 km in width. Both the
ANIT and Santa Barbara projects are in a "sandstone-hosted"
environment, similar to the important Grants Uranium District in New
Mexico, where, according to reports, more than 340 million pounds of
uranium have been produced. Systematic exploration has not been
conducted on either project.

Argentina Uranium Corp., through its Argentine subsidary holds more
than 500,000 hectares property in the Argentine provinces of Rio Negro,
Chubut, Santa Cruz and La Rioja.

Summary of Transaction

Based on discussions between Blue Sky Uranium and Argentina Uranium
Corp., and on a fairness opinion prepared for Blue Sky, both parties
have agreed in principle to exchange 8.295 million common shares of
Blue Sky Uranium to acquire 100 per cent of the outstanding shares and
assets of Argentina Uranium (approximately $4 million worth of Blue
Sky's stock at market price as of Feb. 27, 2008). The shares that will
be issued will be subject to a voluntary three-year escrow period that
will begin six months after the closing date of the acquisition. This
transaction is subject to the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange.

Throughout 2007 and 2008, Blue Sky had been working to earn a 75 per
cent undivided interest in the Santa Barbara and ANIT properties by
completing a total of $5 million in exploration expenditures over four
years. The parties to the letter of intent dated February 27, 2008, are
the Company (as purchaser), Argentina Uranium and the principal
shareholders of Argentina Uranium, namely Nick DeMare, DNN Investments,
Joseph Grosso and Carlos D'Amico, as vendors. The acquisition was
approved by a special committee of the Board of the Company comprised
of Nikolaos Cacos, Hernan Celario and Ron McMillan.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO


For further information please contact Mark Chadwick, Manager Corporate
Communications at 1-800-901-0058 or 604-687-1828, or fax 604-687-1858,
or by email info@blueskyuranium.com, or visit the Company's web site at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com.

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this release.
Cautionary Note to US Investors: This news release may contain
information about adjacent properties on which we have no right to
explore or mine. We advise U.S. investors that the SEC's mining
guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents
filed with the SEC. U.S. investors are cautioned that mineral deposits
on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our
properties. This news release may contain forward-looking statements
including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content
of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of
property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc.
Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and
therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may
differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements.

Copyright (c) 2008 BLUE SKY URANIUM CORPORATION (BSK) All rights
reserved. For more information visit our website at
http://www.blueskyuranium.com/ or send mailto:info@blueskyuranium.com
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. Announces $2 Million Financing
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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (the "Company") (TSX-V: BSK, Frankfurt: MAL
WKN:AOMKXP) has entered into an agreement with Canaccord Capital
Corporation ("Canaccord") whereby Canaccord will use its commercially
reasonable efforts to complete a Brokered Private Placement of up to
4,545,454 Units to raise up to $2,000,000 at $0.44 per Unit. Each Unit
consists of one common share in the capital of the Company (a "Share")
and one-half of a transferable common share purchase warrant of the
Company ("Warrant") exercisable for a period of 18 months from closing.
Each whole Warrant will entitle the holder to acquire one additional
Share at a price of $0.60 per share for a period of two years following
the date of the closing of the private placement. The Warrants will be
transferable and, subject to evidence of satisfactory distribution in
accordance with the rules of the TSX Venture Exchange, will be listed
and posted for trading on the Exchange.

Canaccord will receive a cash commission equal to eight percent (8%) of
the gross proceeds of the sale of Units under the Private Placement and
a corporate finance fee of $25,000 payable in cash or Units at the
option of the Canaccord. In addition Canaccord will receive Agent's
Warrants equal to eight percent (8%) of the Units sold under the
Private Placement. Each Agent's Warrant shall be exercisable for one
Agent's Unit for a period of 18 months from closing at $0.44 per share.
Each Agent's Unit will consist of one Share and one half of a Warrant.
These securities will be subject to a four-month hold period. These
Agent's Warrants will be transferable and, subject to evidence of
satisfactory distribution in accordance with the rules of the TSX
Venture Exchange, will be listed and posted on the Exchange after the
expiry of the four-month hold period. The Company has also agreed to
pay to Canaccord an administration fee of $10,000 and all of the
expenses incurred by Canaccord in connection with the Private
Placement.

The net proceeds received by the Company will be used to fund on-going
work programs on the Company's properties and for general working
capital purposes.

NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR
DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
________________________
Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Update from Blue Sky's Ongoing Exploration Programs in Patagonia,
Argentina
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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) is pleased to provide an update from
the Company's ongoing surface exploration program on the Santa Barbara
and ANIT uranium projects in Rio Negro province, Argentina. Work
carried out to date includes augur and conventional soil and rock
sampling, scintilometer surveys, radon gas surveys and geological
mapping. Exploration crews are expected to move to the ANIT uranium
project after the initial surface program on Santa Barbara has been
completed. The aim of the surface exploration program has been to
delineate drill targets for testing in Q4 2008.

"The initial results from our surface exploration program are very
encouraging. We have confirmed the presence of uranium in each of the
airborne radiometric survey anomalies and observed excellent
correlation of radon anomalies with postulated major geological
structures that appear related to zones of uranium mineralization. Both
the Santa Barbara and ANIT projects are clearly excellent uranium
exploration targets and represent a tremendous opportunity for Blue Sky
and its shareholders,"
said Dr. Clifton W. Farrell, Executive VP and COO.

The Santa Barbara project contains three NE-trending parallel
anomalies, 11 km, 6.5 km and 5 km in length respectively and up to 1.5
km in width. Outside of the anomalies identified by the airborne survey
at Santa Barbara, a brand new zone of visible yellow uranium
mineralization has been identified in semi-consolidated cretaceous
sands. The size of this new zone of mineralization has not been
determined, but it appears to be oriented parallel to, but offset by at
least 2 km, from the known NE-trending airborne survey radiometric
anomalies.

The ANIT project is located 60 km from Santa Barbara and contains a
mineralized radiometric anomaly that extends for more than 15 km in
length and varies up to 2 km in width. The strength of the radiometric
anomaly at ANIT closely resembles that of the Cerro Solo uranium
deposit in neighboring Chubut Province that contains approximately 10
million pounds U3O8. The footprint of the anomaly at ANIT is an order
of magnitude larger than that of Cerro Solo. Both the ANIT and Santa
Barbara projects are in a "sandstone-hosted" environment, similar to
the important Grants Uranium District in New Mexico, where, according
to reports, more than 340 million pounds of uranium have been produced.

Summary of Surface Exploration Completed

As a result of a 3,000 square kilometre airborne radiometric survey
that Blue Sky completed in 2007, two large mineralized systems were
discovered on the ANIT and Santa Barbara properties. Uranium-bearing
petrified wood and visible, yellow uranium mineralization has been
identified on surface at both projects and these anomalies have been
the primary focus of the Company's exploration activities to date.

Soil Radon Gas Survey: Radon is a useful exploration technique for
detecting buried uranium ore bodies (up to several hundred metres in
depth) and to identify buried uranium mineralization that may not be
detectable by traditional surface (or airborne) radiometric surveys.
Radon gas has been measured at approximately 1,500 stations to date
over a total length of 80 km of grid lines covering an area of
approximately 3,200 ha. Analysis and interpretation of the preliminary
data is currently underway. Initial review of the data demonstrates
that high radon values are associated with each radiometric anomaly
with the highest values corresponding to the location of mapped or
interpreted regional faults. High background levels of radiation, which
on occasion did overwhelm the radon measurement detectors, characterize
the Santa Barbara area.

Auger Sampling: Forty-two sediment samples have been collected to date
from depths up to 4 metres with a hand auger. These samples were
collected from areas believed to host anomalous uranium mineralization
including salt lakes, or salars, within the Santa Barbara property.
Salt lakes are known to concentrate uranium to potentially economic
levels elsewhere in Argentina, including in the neighboring province of
Chubut, and this model is being evaluated for the salars that lie
within the Santa Barbara and ANIT properties. Results of these chemical
analyses will be released as they become available.

Spectrometer Survey: Radiometric anomalies along the 24-radon survey
grid lines were surveyed with a handheld RS-125 Super-Spec spectrometer
to measure uranium, potassium and thorium abundances. The surveys,
covering approximately 34 km of survey line, confirmed the presence of
uranium. The areas of high surface readings in both the Santa Barbara
and ANIT properties will be the focus for the company's ongoing
detailed ground sampling and assessment.

Forecast 2008 Exploration Activities: Blue Sky's Q2 / Q3 2008
exploration programs will include more extensive sampling of surface
strata to develop geological models and to delineate drilling targets
for the anticipated Q4 2008 drilling program(s). Exploration efforts
will continue to focus on the Santa Barbara property and then and crews
are anticipated move to the ANIT property to commence a detailed
surface program. Surface exploration will include detailed auger
sampling to a depth of 2 to 3 metres, detailed surface sampling of
known anomalies, stream sediment sampling and trenching as well as
radiometric and radon gas surveys.

Financing

The Company has cancelled the financing announced on March 5, 2008, and
entered into a new agreement with Canaccord Capital Corporation
("Canaccord") whereby Canaccord will use its commercially reasonable
efforts to complete a Short Form Offering (the "offering") issuing
6,666,667 Units to raise up to $2,000,000 at $0.30 per Unit. Each Unit
consists of one common share in the capital of the Company (a "Share")
and one-half of a transferable common share purchase warrant of the
Company ("Warrant") exercisable for a period of 18 months from closing.
Each whole Warrant will entitle the holder to acquire one additional
Share at a price of $0.40 per share for a period of 18 months following
the date of the closing of the offering. The Warrants will be
transferable and, subject to evidence of satisfactory distribution in
accordance with the rules of the TSX Venture Exchange, will be listed
and posted for trading on the Exchange.

Canaccord will receive a cash commission equal to eight percent (8%) of
the gross proceeds of the sale of Units under the Offering and a
corporate finance fee consisting of $12,500 in cash and 41,667 units.
In addition, Canaccord will receive Agent's Options equal to eight
percent (8%) of the Units sold under the offering. Each Agent's Option
shall be exercisable for one Agent's Unit for a period of 18 months
from closing at $0.30 per agents unit. Each Agent's Unit will consist
of one Share and one half of a warrant (an "Agents Warrant"). These
securities will be subject to a four-month hold period. Each whole
Agent's Warrant shall be exercisable for one additional share for a
period of 18 months from closing at $0.40 per share. The net proceeds
received by the Company will be used to fund on-going work programs on
the Company's properties and for general working capital purposes.

The contents of this news release have been reviewed by Dr. Ron
McMillan, P.Geo., a consultant to and director of the Company, and a
Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR
DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
____________________________
Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO

For further information please contact Ms. Jada Soomer, Manager
Corporate Communications at 1-800-901-0058 or 604-687-1828 extension
255, or fax 604-687-1858, or by email info@blueskyuranium.com, or visit
the Company's web site at http://www.blueskyuranium.com.
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK) (the "Company") is pleased to
announce that it has completed the acquisition of 100 per cent of the
shares of Argentina Uranium Corp. With this acquisition, the Company
now controls a 500,000-hectare land package in the Patagonia region of
southern Argentina, making the Blue Sky one of the largest uranium
project holders in the Country.

Blue Sky has completed more than 3,000 square kilometres of radiometric
and magnetic surveys over a portion of Argentina Uranium property
holdings as part of a due diligence review (see Oct.3-2007 news
release). This survey is the first of its kind ever conducted in the
region and it has identified two large new mineralized systems that are
associated with the radiometric anomalies. Surface follow-up by Blue
Sky of "Santa Barbara" and "ANIT" systems has discovered abundant
uranium-bearing petrified wood and visible yellow uranium
mineralization on and near surface.

Santa Barbara

The Santa Barbara project contains three parallel anomalies, 11 km, 6.5
km and 5 km in length respectively and up to 1.5 km in width. Both the
ANIT and Santa Barbara projects are in a "sandstone-hosted"
environment, similar to the important Grants Uranium District in New
Mexico, where, according to reports, more than 340 million pounds of
uranium have been produced.

A detailed exploration program on the Santa Barbara project commenced
in Q1 2008 and to date 1500 radon gas station have been sampled
covering 80 line kilometres. Spectrometer surveys have been completed
over 34 line kilometres and 42 auger samples have been taken to a depth
of 4 metres. Results from these surveys are being compiled and will be
released when they become available. Continued surface work is
anticipated to re-commence in August to delineate drill targets.

ANIT

The ANIT anomaly extends for more than 15 km in length and varies up to
2 km in width. The strength of the radiometric anomaly at ANIT closely
resembles that of the Cerro Solo deposit in neighboring Chubut Province
that contains approximately 10 million pounds U3O8. The footprint of
the anomaly at ANIT is an order of magnitude larger than that of Cerro
Solo. Detailed surface exploration on the ANIT project is anticipated
to be conducted during Q3 and Q4 2008.

All of the projects staked by Argentina Uranium were completed under
the direction of Dr. Jorge Berizzo, one of the foremost authorities on
uranium in Argentina. Dr. Berizzo has 22 years of experience in uranium
exploration, including 14 years as senior exploration geologist for the
Argentinean National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA). He played a
leading role in the discovery of the Cerro Solo uranium deposit (10.14
million pounds U at 0.3 per cent to 0.5 per cent U) in Chubut province.

Summary of Transaction

Blue Sky acquired the shares of Argentina Uranium Corp. in exchange for
8,295,000 common shares of Blue Sky. These shares are subject to escrow
provisions and will be released over a three year period. Previously
Blue Sky had been working to earn a 75% interest in the Santa Barbara
and ANIT properties by completing a total of $5 million in exploration
expenditures over a four-year period. As a result of this acquisition
Blue Sky now owns 100% of both the Santa Barbara and ANIT properties.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is dedicated to actively exploring uranium
deposits in the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management
and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of
international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the
search for quality resource opportunities.
News Releases - Friday, September 12, 2008
Non-Brokered Private Placement

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK) (the "Company") has arranged a non-brokered private placement financing of 8.33 million units, at a price of $0.12 cents per unit, subject to regulatory approval. Each unit will consist of one common share and one common share purchase warrant. Each warrant will entitle the holder thereof to purchase one additional common share in the capital of the company at a price of $0.18 cents per share in year one and $0.20 cents per share in year two. The placee will have the right to maintain their percentage interest in Blue Sky through proportionate investments in future financings. The financing will take place in two tranches. The first tranche for 2.75 million units will be completed upon receipt of regulatory approval. The second tranche for 5,583,333 units will be subject to shareholder approval.

The Company has called a special shareholders meeting to be held at 10 am PST on October 24, 2008, to approve the second tranche of the financing. With the completion of the second tranche the above placee would hold a control position in Blue Sky.

This financing is subject to regulatory approval and a four-month hold period. No commission will be paid related to this transaction. The proceeds from this financing will be used for general working capital and for further exploration and development of the Company's property portfolio in Argentina.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
____________________________
Mr. Sean Hurd, President & C.E.O.


For further information please contact Blue Sky at 1-800-901-0058 or 604-687-1828 extension 690, or fax 604-687-1858, or by email info@blueskyuranium.com, or visit the Company's web site at http://www.blueskyuranium.com.
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Re: News Release - Monday, March 30, 2009
Title: Blue Sky Begins Exploration in Patagonia, Argentina

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce that the Company's technical team has commenced a surface exploration program at its 100% owned Santa Barbara Project located in Patagonia, Argentina. Exploration will focus on three previously identified parallel radiometric anomalies that extend 11 km, 6.5km and 5 km in length, as well as an overall geological evaluation of the project.

A detailed grid sampling program will be conducted using hand auger tools with the objective of collecting 60 samples on the three anomalies located in Pierina III and Pierina IV concessions, located within the Santa Barbara Area. The geochemical review of this property is expected to commence within the next several days.

Mineralization at the Santa Barbara project occurs in a near-surface horizon of poorly consolidated Upper Cretaceous and/or Tertiary to Pleistocene sediments, and is believed to be of the surficial calcrete-type. The Santa Barbara mineralization occurs in surface-related gypsum and calcite-rich strata, and resembles that of the Langer Heinrich uranium mine in Namibia (Measured and Indicated Resources of 56.4Mt grading 0.06% containing 72 million pounds of U3O8, Inferred Resources of 70.7Mt grading 0.06% containing 91 million pounds of U3O8). Paladin Energy Ltd's Langer Heinrich deposit occurs over a 15km length and mineralization is 1m to 30m thick and is 50m to 1,100m wide.

The contents of this news release have been reviewed by Dr. Ron McMillan, P.Geo., a consultant to and director of the Company, and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

Blue Sky Uranium also announces a non brokered private placement of up to 4 million units at a price of $0.10 cents per unit, subject to regulatory approval. The proceeds from the financing will be used for continued exploration in Argentina as well as for general working capital. Each unit will consist of one common share and one common share purchase warrant. Each warrant will entitle the holder thereof to purchase one additional common share in the capital of the Company at a price of $0.20 cents per share for 18 months. This financing is subject to regulatory approval and a four month hold period. A commission may be payable on a portion of this transaction.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
___________________________
Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Re: News Releases - Wednesday, May 06, 2009
Title: Blue Sky Closes Financing

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) (the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has received regulatory approval from the TSX Venture Exchange for the non-brokered private placement (the "Financing") originally announced on March 30, 2009 and April 6, 2009. The Financing consisted of the issuance of 7,000,000 units at a price of $0.10 per unit, for gross proceeds to the Company of $700,000. Each unit consists of one common share and one common share purchase warrant. Each common share purchase warrant will entitle the holder thereof to purchase one additional common share in the capital of the Company at a price of $0.20 cents per share for a period of 18 months following the closing of the Financing. The proceeds from the Financing will be used for general working capital and for further exploration and development of the Company's properties in Argentina.

All securities issued in the Financing are subject to a four month hold period under applicable Canadian securities laws, expiring on August 7, 2009. Aggregate finders' fees of $37,100 are payable in cash to arm's length parties to the Company on a portion of the Financing.

The securities being offered have not been, nor will they be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent U.S. federal and state registration or an applicable exemption from the U.S. registration requirements. This release does not constitute an offer for sale of securities in the United States.

The Company also announces that pursuant to the Company's Stock Option Plan, it has granted incentive stock options to its officers, directors, employees and consultants to purchase up to an aggregate of 2,115,000 common shares in the capital stock of Blue Sky Uranium Corp, exercisable for a period of five years, at a price of $0.15 per share. These options are subject to a four-month hold period.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
___________________________
Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO

info@blueskyuranium.com
www.blueskyuranium.com
October 23, 2009
Lumina Capital To Invest In Blue Sky Uranium
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK) ("Blue Sky" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that Lumina Capital Limited Partnership ("Lumina Capital"), Lumina Capital is an investment partnership held principally by Vancouver mining entrepreneur Ross Beaty, will subscribe for approximately $1,000,000 of a $1,210,000 non brokered private placement in Blue Sky. The proceeds from this financing will be used to explore and develop the Company's uranium property portfolio in Argentina and for general working capital requirements.

The financing consists of 5.5 million units, at a price of $0.22 cents per unit. Each unit consists of one common share and one common share purchase warrant. Each share purchase warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one common share at a price of $0.30 for a period of two years. Upon the closing of the financing, Lumina Capital will own approximately 12% of the fully diluted shares of the Company and will retain the right to maintain its percentage interest in Blue Sky through proportionate investments in future financings. Directors and Officers of Blue Sky may participate in a portion of the financing. A finder's fee may be paid on a portion of the financing. The financing is subject to regulatory approval and the shares will be subject to a four month resale restriction.

"We are very pleased to have Lumina Capital take an initial ownership interest in Blue Sky. In particular, we are pleased to have access to such a high profile and successful team. Lumina Capital's track record speaks for itself and Blue Sky is looking forward to working with the Lumina Capital team and to its continued support," said Mr. Sean Hurd, President & C.E.O.

The Company's exploration focus is to aggressively advance the ANIT uranium project and identify other uranium targets in the region. On its 100% owned ANIT project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina, Blue Sky has, using pit sampling and airborne radiometric survey programs, defined a paleochannel/lake system over a strike length of 15 kilometers. Within the defined system, the Company has focused its exploration work, to date, on two zones, the ANIT West and Central Zones with a combined strike length of 6 kilometers.

The pit sampling program at the ANIT West and Central Zones comprised 123 pits of which 83 pits encountered mineralization. The average grade of the samples taken from the 83 pits over the 6 kilometer strike length was 0.045% U3O8 (379 ppm U) and 475 ppm V with an average recorded mineralized interval of 1.7 meters from surface. Of the 83 pits, 60% bottomed in mineralization and remain open to depth. The best mineralized interval, encountered to date, averages 0.84% U3O8 and 0.20% vanadium (V) over a 3 metre vertical thickness from surface and remains open to depth. Individual pit samples have returned grades up to 2.12% U3O8 over a 0.5 meter vertical interval (see September 19, 2009 press release). Based upon the results of the initial exploration programs, Blue Sky is planning to initiate a comprehensive drilling program to test the depth extensions of the observed paleochannel system.

The Company believes that the ANIT anomaly may be a paleochannel- or surficial-type uranium occurrence similar in style to known deposits in Western Australia (Lake Maitland NI 43-101 compliant inferred resource of 23.7 million lbs U3O8 at an average grade of 0.03% U3O8) and in Namibia (Langer Heinrich deposit with Measured and Indicated Resources of 56.4Mt grading 0.06% containing 72.4 million pounds lbs of U3O8 and Inferred Resources of 70.7Mt grading 0.06% containing 91.6 million lbs of U3O8).

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith, AusIMM, Blue Sky Uranium Exploration Manager and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is an exploration and development company dedicated to identifying, exploring and developing uranium projects in the Patagonia region of Argentina. The Company is lead by a management and technical team with extensive experience and relationships in South America, particularly Argentina. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce results from recent radon gas surveys and extension of hand auger drilling on its ANIT project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. The new radon results indicate the potential for the discovery of covered uranium-vanadium mineralization in new zones peripheral to the extensive outcropping mineralization described in the September 10, 2009 News Release. Hand auger drilling from the bottom of 41 pits successfully extended mineralization to a maximum depth of 5.8m below surface. The Company is also pleased to report that it has received permits from the Rio Negro Government for mechanized exploration on the concessions covering the ANIT target and planning is underway for a Phase I drilling and trenching program in early 2010.

To date on the ANIT project the Company has identified a 6km long zone of near surface uranium-vanadium mineralization through a series of 83 hand-excavated pits. These pits had an average grade of 0.045% U3O8 with an average thickness of the mineralized interval 1.7m and were dug within a 15km long uranium channel airborne radiometric anomaly. The target remains open to depth and along strike (see September 10, 2009 news release).

At this early stage of exploration, Blue Sky interprets the ANIT anomaly to be a paleochannel- or surficial-type uranium occurrence similar in style to known deposits in Western Australia (Lake Maitland NI 43-101 compliant inferred resource of 23.7 million lbs U3O8 at an average grade of 0.033% U3O8, and in Namibia (Langer Heinrich deposit with Measured and Indicated Resources of 56.4Mt grading 0.06% containing 72.4 million pounds lbs of U3O8 and Inferred Resources of 70.7Mt grading 0.06% containing 91.6 million lbs of U3O8.

ANIT Radon Results

Blue Sky's exploration team recently completed a 65 line kilometre radon gas survey on the ANIT 1 and 2 properties that cover the main ANIT anomaly. A total of 7 lines spaced approximately 2,200m apart were completed with radon cups placed every 100m (see Figure). Approximately 650 discrete radon gas detection points were measured.

Radon gas is produced by the decay of uranium minerals and can migrate through porous covering sediments. With a half life of roughly 3 days, detection of anomalous radon gas is a strong indicator of uranium mineralization concealed beneath shallow cover, which cannot be detected by radiometric surveys.

Of the 7 north-south radon lines completed, 3 lines crossed over and extended up to 7km on either side of the known east-west orientated ANIT uranium-vanadium mineralized paleochannel. As expected, where the radon lines crossed the known mineralization, anomalous radon values of 6,000 to 8,000 picocuries per litre (cp/l) were detected. The survey detected at least 9 other similar scale anomalies in new areas with values ranging between 5,000 to 9,000 cp/l. Background values over the property are below 1,000 and typically 100 to 400 cp/l. One of the most significant radon anomalies is contiguous to and extends 800m to the south of ANIT West mineralization where 8 continuous radon samples have average values of 5,000 and maximum value 6,600 cp/l. In this area recent hand auger drilling (described below) discovered buried uranium-vanadium mineralization.

Testing of these newly identified radon targets will be incorporated into the planning for a Phase I drill program planned for early 2010 which will primarily focus on the ANIT West and Central targets.

ANIT Auger Results

Recent hand auger drilling at ANIT West and Central from the base of previously-completed hand excavated pits discovered both depth extensions to previously reported mineralized pits and potential new mineralized zones. Of the 41 pits selected for augering, 29 had previously encountered mineralization greater than 1m at 0.005% (50 ppm) U. In 20 of these pits (34 samples) the mineralization was extended between 0.5 and 2.8m with average extension of 0.85m at 0.032 % U3O8 (270 ppm U) and 0.046% V. Of 12 pits with no previous mineralization, uranium mineralized material was encountered in the last sample of 3 auger extensions.

Augering from the base of Pit 225 (the highest-grade and thickest previously-reported mineralized interval with 3m averaging 0.849 % U3O8 (7200 ppm U) and 0.20% V) extended the mineralization a further 2.8m at an average grade of 0.033 % U3O8 (280 ppm U) and 0.04% V for a combined interval of 5.8m thickness averaging 0.436 % U3O8 (3700 ppm U) and 0.12% V.

In the area south of ANIT West where new radon anomalies indicate buried mineralization, previous pits 212 and 213 had no mineralization greater than 0.005% (50 ppm) U. Augering from the base of these pits has encountered U and V mineralization in the deepest auger samples. Pit 212 has 0.011% U3O8 (90 ppm U) and 0.124% V between 2.3 and 2.7m and pit 213 has 0.019% U3O8 (160 ppm U) and 0.037% V between 3.5 and 4m depth.

Analysis of samples reported herein were performed by Alex Stewart Assayers, in Mendoza Argentina, an internationally recognized analytical services provider, by means of Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry following a four acid digestion (ICP-AR). The samples collected from the pits and auger were 0.5m samples. Blank, duplicate, and internal company standard samples were inserted into the sample sequence sent to the lab for quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) purposes. Blue Sky detected no significant QA/QC issues during review of the data. Note that 10,000 ppm = 1% and 1% = 1.1792% U3O8.

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith, AusIMM, Blue Sky Uranium Exploration Manager and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky has, through its membership with Grosso Group Management, has signed and agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Aktuell! Stock-Day-Report zu Vancouver 2010:

+++ Blue Sky Uranium (WKN: AOMKXP): Neuer Großaktionär +++ Besonders aufgefallen ist Blue Sky Uranium, seit dem in Argentinien die Genehmigungen zu weiteren Arbeiten genehmigt wurden und der bekannte Investor Ross Beaty mit seinem Lumina Fund eingestiegen ist. Auch ein Fond aus der Schweiz ist eingestiegen. Das sind gute Zeiten für Blue Sky, denn auch im letzten "Resource World" - Magazin wurde Blue Sky Uranium gelobt: »Das Projekt unter der Leitung der Grosso-Group mit finanzieller Unterstützung von Lumina wird ein Erfolg«, können wir Alf Stewart/ Canaccord zitieren. Derzeit kann man bei 0,54 Euro einsteigen. Unser Kursziel für den Herbst liegt bei 1 Euro.
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce discovery of new uranium--vanadium mineralized areas at the Company's ANIT project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. Recent geological mapping and prospecting has identified new mineralized outcrops located 4km to 6km east and northeast of the ANIT West-Central mineralized zone (Click here to view map).

A total of 45 rock (grab) samples were collected with results averaging 0.026% U3O8 and 0.057 % V2O5. The highest grade sample contained 0.373% U3O8 and 0.170 % V2O5. It is considered significant that most of these outcrops occur stratigraphically below the level of ANIT West and Central mineralization, and some were uncovered beneath a thin calcrete cap that would have effectively blocked detection by airborne or ground radiometric surveys. These new discoveries provide further evidence of the depth extent of uranium-vanadium mineralization at ANIT and enhance the potential for further discovery of mineralization below cover.

The company is also pleased to announce that a 1,200m trenching program is now underway on the ANIT West and Central targets. The trenching program will consist of three 400m trenches designed to test the continuity of surface uranium mineralization across strike to a depth of 2-3m in preparation for an 5000m drill program that is scheduled to begin in March 2010.

To date on the ANIT project the Company has identified a 6km long zone of near surface uranium-vanadium mineralization through a series of 83 hand-excavated pits (see September 10, 2009 news release). These pits had an average grade of 0.045% U3O8 with an average thickness of the mineralized interval 1.7m and were dug within a 15km long uranium channel airborne radiometric anomaly. Hand auger drilling from the bottom of 41 pits successfully extended mineralization to a maximum depth of 5.8m below surface. Of the 41 pits selected for augering, 29 had previously encountered mineralization greater than 1m at 0.005% (50 ppm) U. In 20 of these pits (34 samples) the mineralization was extended between 0.5 and 2.8m with average extension of 0.85m at 0.032 % U3O8 (270 ppm U) and 0.046% V. Of 12 pits with no previous mineralization, uranium mineralized material was encountered in the last sample of 3 auger extensions. The target remains open to depth and along strike (see December 01, 2009 news release).

At this early stage of exploration, Blue Sky interprets the ANIT anomaly to be a paleochannel- or surficial-type uranium occurrence similar in style to known deposits in Western Australia (Lake Maitland NI 43-101 compliant inferred resource of 23.7 million lbs U3O8 at an average grade of 0.033% U3O8, and in Namibia (Langer Heinrich deposit with Measured and Indicated Resources of 56.4Mt grading 0.06% containing 72.4 million pounds lbs of U3O8 and Inferred Resources of 70.7Mt grading 0.06% containing 91.6 million lbs of U3O8.

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith, AusIMM, Blue Sky Uranium Exploration Manager and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce that it has retained O&M Partners, LLC ("O&M Partners") to assist with its corporate investor relations and marketing programs. O&M Partners is a New York-based investor relations company, specializing in the institutional marketing of micro- and small-cap companies.

The consulting agreement between Blue Sky Uranium and O&M Partners is effective from February 10, 2010, for a term of one year. Blue Sky has agreed to grant 75,000 incentive stock options (the "Stock Options") to O&M Partners to acquire up to an aggregate of 75,000 common shares of the Corporation, exercisable at $0.66 per share. The Stock Options will vest in accordance with the TSX Venture Exchange guidelines and the Corporation's stock option plan and are subject to a four month hold period. These Stock Options shall expire February 10, 2012.

O&M Partners' appointment as an investor relations consultant of Blue Sky Uranium and the granting of the Stock Options remain subject to regulatory acceptance of applicable filings with the TSX Venture Exchange.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Re: News Releases - Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Title: Blue Sky defines Wide Intervals of High Grade Uranium - Vanadium Mineralization in Trenching at ANIT

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce results from a 1,223 meter mechanized trenching program on its ANIT project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. Highlights include an interval that averaged 358 meters at 0.052% U3O8 and 0.159% V2O5 including 30 meters at 0.397% U3O8 and 1.469% V2O5. The weighted average of mineralized intervals from all three trenches was 847 meters grading 0.043% U3O8 and 0.104% V2O5. This trenching program is the first mechanized exploration program that has been conducted on the ANIT property.

At this early stage of exploration, Blue Sky interprets the ANIT anomaly to be a paleochannel- or surficial- type uranium occurrence similar in style to known deposits in Western Australia (Lake Maitland NI43-101 compliant inferred resource of 23.7 million lbs U3O8 at an average grade of 0.033% U3O8), and in Namibia (Langer Heinrich deposit with Measured and Indicated Resources of 56.4Mt grading 0.06% containing 72.4 million pounds lbs of U3O8 and Inferred Resources of 70.7Mt grading 0.06% containing 91.6 million lbs of U3O8).

ANIT Trenching

TRENCH TOTAL MTS FROM TO WITDH U3O8
GRADE V2O5 GRADE
AN_TR01 396 36 394 358 0.052% 0.159%
Inc 184 254 70 0.209% 0.135%
Inc 198 228 30 0.397% 1.469%

AN_TR02 462 164 278 114 0.019% 0.082%
Inc 192 252 60 0.027% 0.111%
Inc 192 226 34 0.035% 0.099%

AN_TR03 375 0 375 375 0.040% 0.057%
Inc 66 166 100 0.096% 0.074%
Inc 82 120 38 0.155% 0.092%


Blue Sky's exploration team recently completed 3 excavator trenches totaling 1223 meters. The trenches were cut to a depth of approximately 2m and were designed to test the lateral extent and continuity of the mineralized paleo-channel that has been defined by pits along a minimum of 6km of strike length, within a larger 15km long radiometric uranium channel anomaly. Trench 1 was located in the centre of the ANIT West anomaly; Trench 3 was located in the centre of the ANIT Central anomaly and Trench 2 was located in the break between these two major anomalies. The results are tabulated below. Click here for a map showing the trench locations.

The three trenches cut variable host sediments, including loose sands and gravels, clay sediments and gypsum layers. All major rock types are mineralized, and at this stage it does not appear that the host sediment lithology is a limiting factor for uranium vanadium mineralization. Each trench was sampled by a continuous horizontal channel sample with 1 or 2 meter composite samples. The channel samples were 10cm wide and targeted the higher gamma responses on the trench walls along the trench. The vertical component of mineralization will be determined in the coming drill program. The mineralized paleo-channel remains open to depth. Uranium -- Vanadium mineralization appears to be open in width in Trench 1 and Trench 3.

Previously on the ANIT project the Company has identified a 6km long zone of near surface uranium-vanadium mineralization through a series of 83 hand-excavated pits (see September 10, 2009 news release). These pits had an average grade of 0.045% U3O8 with an average thickness of the mineralized interval 1.7m and were dug within a 15km long uranium channel airborne radiometric anomaly. Hand auger drilling from the bottom of 41 pits successfully extended mineralization to a maximum depth of 5.8m below surface.

Of the 41 pits selected for augering, 29 had previously encountered mineralization greater than 1m at 0.005% (50 ppm) U. In 20 of these pits (34 samples) the mineralization was extended between 0.5 and 2.8m with average extension of 0.85m at 0.032 % U3O8 (270 ppm U) and 0.046% V. Of 12 pits with no previous mineralization, uranium mineralized material was encountered in the last sample of 3 auger extensions. The target remains open to depth and along strike (see December 01, 2009 news release).

Analyses of samples reported herein were performed by Alex Stewart Assayers, in Mendoza, Argentina, an internationally recognized analytical services provider, by means of Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry following a four acid digestion (ICP-AR). Blank, duplicate, and standard samples were inserted into the sample sequence sent to the lab for quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) purposes. In total, 162 quality control samples (21 % of 742 total) were analyzed. Blue Sky detected no significant QA/QC issues during review of the data. Note that 10,000 ppm = 1% and 1% = 1.1792% U3O8, 1% = 1.785% V2O5.

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith, AusIMM, Blue Sky Uranium Exploration Manager and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky has, through its membership with Grosso Group Management, has signed and agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Re: News Releases - Thursday, March 25, 2010
Title: Blue Sky Commences Drilling At ANIT

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce that a Phase 1 drill program has commence on its ANIT project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. The program consists of approximately 200 drill holes for a total of 5000 meters of aircore drilling to test 6 km of the known mineralized paleo-channel, defined by pits and trenching, as well as further targets in the 15 km long radiometric U anomaly, and radon gas and new geochemical targets outside the principal airborne anomalies.

Highlights from previously announced results at ANIT include a mechanized trenching interval that averaged 358 meters at 0.052% U3O8.The weighted average of mineralized intervals from the three trenches completed on the project was 847 meters grading 0.043% U3O8. The mineralization remains open to depth. Uranium -- Vanadium mineralization appears to be open in width in Trench 1 and Trench 3 (see March 23, 2010 news release).

Pit sampling has identified a 6km long zone of near surface uranium-vanadium mineralization through a series of 83 hand-excavated pits (see September 10, 2009 news release). These pits had an average grade of 0.045% U3O8 with an average thickness of the mineralized interval 1.7 m and were dug within a 15 km long uranium channel airborne radiometric anomaly. Hand auger drilling from the bottom of 41 pits successfully extended mineralization to a maximum depth of 5.8 m below surface

At this early stage of exploration, Blue Sky interprets the ANIT anomaly to be similar in style to known deposits in Western Australia (Lake Maitland NI43-101 compliant inferred resource of 23.7 million lbs U3O8 at an average grade of 0.033% U3O8), and in Namibia (Langer Heinrich deposit with Measured and Indicated Resources of 56.4Mt grading 0.06% containing 72.4 million pounds lbs of U3O8 and Inferred Resources of 70.7Mt grading 0.06% containing 91.6 million lbs of U3O8).

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith, AusIMM, Blue Sky Uranium Exploration Manager and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky has, through its membership with Grosso Group Management, has signed and agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Re: News Releases - Thursday, April 08, 2010
Title: Lumina Capital Exercises 5,000,000 Warrants in Blue Sky Uranium

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce that Lumina Capital Limited Partnership ("Lumina Capital"), an investment partnership held principally by Vancouver mining entrepreneur Ross Beaty, has exercised 5,000,000 warrants thereby increasing its holdings in Blue Sky to 9,545,455 common shares. Lumina Capital now owns 15% of the outstanding shares of Blue Sky Uranium. The proceeds from the warrant exercise ($1,000,000) will be used to explore and develop the Company's uranium property portfolio in Argentina and for general working capital requirements.

"We are very pleased to have Lumina Capital significantly increase its shareholdings in Blue Sky and in particular for their continued strong support. With the exercise of the warrants we have increased our treasury allowing us to advance our exploration efforts in Argentina while minimizing dilution to our share capital." said Mr. Sean Hurd, President & C.E.O.

As previously announced on March 25, 2010, a Phase 1 drill program is underway on the Company's ANIT uranium project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. The program consists of approximately 200 drill holes for a total of 5,000 meters of aircore drilling to test 6 km of the known mineralized paleo-channel, defined by pits and trenching, as well as further targets in the 15 km long radiometric U anomaly, and radon gas and new geochemical targets outside the principal airborne anomalies.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce the appointment of Bassam Moubarak to the position of Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary, replacing current Chief Financial Officer, Michael Clark.

Mr. Moubarak is a Chartered Accountant with expertise in corporate finance, corporate reporting, financial processes, financing and risk management. Prior to joining Blue Sky, Mr. Moubarak was Chief Financial Officer of Petaquilla Minerals Ltd. where he was instrumental in raising in excess of $120 Million to develop and bring into production the Molejon Gold Mine. He also assisted in the sale of Petaquilla Copper Ltd to Inmet Mining Corporation. Mr. Moubarak previously held the position of Senior Manager with the public accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche LLP., where he led audits of public companies and oversaw SOX 404 implementations with specific emphasis on the mining industry. Mr. Moubarak has a B.A. in Economics from Simon Fraser University.

The Company is delighted that Mr. Moubarak with his expertise in the mining industry and background in finance has joined the Blue Sky team and also wishes to thank Mr. Clark for serving as the Company's acting Chief Financial Officer while it conducted its search for a permanent Chief Financial Officer.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Re: News Release - Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Title: Blue Sky's Drilling Returns 10 Meters of 0.036% U3O8 and Discovers Stacked Paleochannels

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce further results from aircore drilling on its ANIT uranium-vanadium project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. In the thickest intercept drilled to date, hole AN-85 averaged 10 meters at 0.036% U3O8 and 0.045% V2O5, including 6 meters at 0.056% U3O8 and 0.047% V2O5. Overall at ANIT of 97 drill holes completed, 81 encountered mineralization above cut-off grade with weighted average of intervals from the mineralized holes of 2.6 meters thickness at 0.03% U3O8 and 0.075% V2O5. In addition, evidence of stacked mineralized intervals up to 29 meters below surface were detected at ANIT Central.

"Blue Sky is only at the very beginning of its exploration efforts at the ANIT project and within the region. We are pleased that at such an early stage the initial results compare very favorably to known paleochannel deposits in Namibia and Western Australia. To date the Company has only received results from 5.2 km within a 15 km radiometric anomaly and there are over a dozen radon gas targets that have yet to be tested within the project. Our objectives are to rapidly advance the ANIT project and to evaluate the significant regional potential within the district." Said Mr. Sean Hurd, President & C.E.O.

Click here for ANIT presentation

Table 1 - Comparison chart for known paleochannel deposits
Project & Location Grade U3O8 Rock Type Thickness Length
(approx.) Width
(approx.) Resource
ANIT
(Argentina) 0.03 % Sand and gravel1 2.6 meters
average 5.5 km tested to date unknown unknown
*Trekkopje and Klien Trekkopje
(Namibia) 0.013 % Mostly Hard Rock2 80% less than 15 meters below surface 14 km 3 km 139.2 M lbs.
(inferred)
Langer Heinrich
(Namibia) 0.06 % Mostly Hard Rock3 1 to 30 meters 15 km 50 to 1,100 meters 160 M lbs
(inferred)
Lake Maitland
(Western Australia) 0.033 % Sand and gravel4 1.7 meters
average 5 km 200 to 2,000 meters 23.7 M lbs (inferred)


* AREVA purchased "Trekkopje and Klein Trekkopje" by paying USD $2.5 Billion to acquire Uramin Inc. The project is expected to be in production in 2010, with full production in 2011.Trekkopje grades 0.013 % U3O8 and is hosted in mostly hard rock where 80% requires drilling and blasting. In contrast, Blue Sky's "ANIT" is hosted in sand and gravel and grades 0.03 %.

Drilling is continuing at ANIT since a recent break after drill hole AN-97 to modify the drill cyclone and switch to larger diameter (HQ) drill rods to optimize recovery of fine sample material and sample size. The results reported to date are not from the modified drill rig. A further 2,500m is planned to test the ANIT East target, additional regional targets at the ANIT licenses defined by anomalous radon gas and surface uranium geochemistry and further sites within the ANIT West and Central areas. Where the drill-defined mineralized interval is within 6m of surface, additional excavator sample pits are being completed to augment drill data.

To date at ANIT all uranium vanadium mineralization discovered is hosted within un-consolidated to loosely consolidated sand, gravels, gypsum and clay sediments, predominantly occurring within 6m of the surface. If the project is advanced to the mining stage, drilling and blasting will likely not be required and ore crushing will be minimal. Further it is probable through simple sieving or washing the uranium mineralization can be significantly upgraded. Blue Sky plans to commence preliminary metallurgical testing over the next few months.

ANIT Aircore Drilling

Drilling to date has been within or adjacent to the ANIT West and Central areas covering 5.2km of strike length of the 15km long airborne U channel anomaly at ANIT. Blue Sky has completed 97 drill holes in 2,463 meters of a planned 5,000 meter drilling program. Assay results from 1,244 meters in 51 holes of the program were released by the Company on May 18th 2010. Assays for the remaining 46 holes (1,219m) have been received and are the subject of this press release. Of 46 new holes reported 40 holes intersected mineralization above cut-off grade*. Highlights include hole AN-85 that intersected 10m averaging 0.036% U3O8 and 0.045% V2O5, including 6 meters at 0.056% U3O8 and 0.047% V2O5 . Of the 40 mineralized holes reported, 5 holes encountered a second mineralized layer between 7 and 29 meters depth with average thickness of 1.4 meters at 0.012% U3O8 and 0.063% V2O5 (see table 2). Further deep drilling is planned to define the economic potential of these stacked horizons. Overall at ANIT of 97 drill holes completed, 81 encountered mineralization above cut-off grade with weighted average of intervals from the mineralized holes of 2.6 meters thickness at 0.030% U3O8 and 0.075% V2O5.

Table 1. Results of drilling holes AN-53 to AN-97
Hole_id From To Interval U (ppm) V (ppm) U3O8 % V2O5 %
AN-53 0 3 3 105 366 0.012 0.065
AN-54 0 2 2 427 435 0.050 0.078
AN-55 1 3 2 88 156 0.010 0.028
AN-60 2 3 1 104 499 0.012 0.089
AN-61 0 2 2 91 578 0.011 0.103
AN-62 0 1 1 174 264 0.020 0.047
AN-63 0 2 2 215 305 0.025 0.054
AN-64 0 2 2 157 195 0.018 0.035
AN-65 0 3 3 203 343 0.024 0.061
AN-66 0 2 2 219 257 0.026 0.046
AN-67 0 2 2 159 182 0.019 0.032
AN-68 0 3 3 550 301 0.065 0.054
AN-69 0 3 3 147 224 0.017 0.040
AN-70 0 5 5 184 232 0.022 0.041
AN-71 0 2 2 228 282 0.027 0.050
AN-72 0 3 3 147 408 0.017 0.073
AN-73 0 3 3 184 416 0.022 0.074
AN-74 0 1 1 84 164 0.010 0.029
AN-75 0 5 5 281 262 0.033 0.047
AN-76 0 3 3 130 159 0.015 0.028
AN-77 0 5 5 195 309 0.023 0.055
AN-78 0 2 2 141 336 0.017 0.060
AN-79 0 2 2 75 254 0.009 0.045
AN-80 0 2 2 1153 644 0.136 0.115
AN-81 0 2 2 182 341 0.021 0.061
AN-82 0 3 3 173 184 0.020 0.033
AN-83 0 5 5 113 170 0.013 0.030
AN-84 0 6 6 206 252 0.024 0.045
AN-85 0 10 10 305 250 0.036 0.045
AN-86 5 7 2 185 250 0.022 0.045
AN-87 4 7 3 186 146 0.022 0.026
AN-88 5 6 1 160 343 0.019 0.061
AN-90 0 2 2 75 222 0.009 0.040
AN-91 1 2 1 66 193 0.008 0.034
AN-91 4 7 3 140 206 0.017 0.037
AN-92 2 3 1 53 244 0.006 0.044
AN-93 0 2 2 98 352 0.011 0.063
AN-94 3 4 1 72 390 0.008 0.070
AN-95 3 4 1 100 451 0.012 0.081
AN-97 0 1 1 51 170 0.006 0.030
(*1m at 0.006% U3O8 cutoff).

Click here for a map showing all drill hole locations

Table 2. Drill holes with stacked mineralized horizons.
Hole I.D From To Interval (m) U (ppm) V (ppm) U3O8 % V2O5 %
AN-59A 20 21 1 172 752 0.020 0.134
AN-66 27 29 2 80 174 0.009 0.031
AN-68 9 11 2 116 342 0.014 0.061
AN-75 8 9 1 56 549 0.007 0.098
AN-90 6 7 1 111 134 0.013 0.0239


Analyses of samples reported herein were performed by Alex Stewart Assayers, in Mendoza, Argentina, an internationally recognized analytical services provider, by means of Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry following a four acid digestion (ICP-AR). Blank, duplicate, and standard samples were inserted into the sample sequence sent to the lab for quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) purposes. In total, 181 quality control samples (15 % of 1219 total) were analyzed. Blue Sky detected no significant QA/QC issues during review of the data. Note that 10,000 ppm = 1% and 1% = 1.1792% U3O8, 1% = 1.785% V2O5.

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith, AusIMM, Blue Sky Uranium Exploration Manager and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky, through its membership with Grosso Group Management, has signed an agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Monday, July 19, 2010
Blue Sky Announces $3.5 Million Non-Brokered Private Placement

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-NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED STATES OR FOR DISSEMINATION TO OR THROUGH US NEWSWIRE SERVICES-


Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK) (the "Company") is pleased to announce a $3.5 million non-brokered private placement financing consisting of 14 million units, at a price of $0.25 cents per unit, subject to regulatory approval. Each unit will consist of one common share and one half common share purchase warrant. Each full warrant will entitle the holder thereof to purchase one additional common share in the capital of the company at a price of $0.35 cents per share for 24 months from the date of issue of the warrant. If the closing price for the Company's common shares is $0.60 or greater for a period of 15 consecutive trading days, then the warrantholders will have 20 days to exercise their warrants; otherwise the warrants will expire on the 21st day. Directors, officers and employees of the company may participate in a portion of the financing.

This financing is subject to regulatory approval and a four-month hold period. A commission may be paid related to this transaction. The proceeds from this financing will be used for further exploration and development of the Company's property portfolio in Argentina and for general working capital.

The securities being offered have not been, nor will they be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent U.S. federal and state registration or an applicable exemption from the U.S. registration requirements. This release does not constitute an offer for sale of securities in the United States.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Wednesday, September 01, 2010
Blue Sky Closes Private Placement Financing

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) ("Blue Sky" or the "Company") has received regulatory approval from the TSX Venture Exchange for the Company's non-brokered private placement originally announced on July 19, 2010. Blue Sky has issued 10,329,000 units at a price of $0.25 per unit for gross proceeds of $2,582,250. Lumina Capital LP subscribed for 1,000,000 units of the private placement.

Each unit consists of one common share and one-half common share purchase warrant. Each full warrant will entitle the holder thereof to purchase one additional common share in the capital of the company at a price of 35 cents per share for 24 months from the date of issue of the warrant. If the closing price for the company's common shares is 60 cents or greater for a period of 15 consecutive trading days, then the warrantholders will have 20 days to exercise their warrants; otherwise the warrants will expire on the 21st day. A director of the Company subscribed for a portion of the financing.

The proceeds of this financing will be used to explore and develop Blue Sky's uranium property portfolio in Argentina and for general working capital.

Finders' fees are payable on a portion of the private placement to parties at arm's length to the Company, as follows: total cash fees of $133,727.50; and, 534,310 finders' warrants, such warrants exercisable into common shares at 35 cents per share for a two-year period.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Blue Sky Extends Uranium Mineralization in Phase II drilling at ANIT

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce complete results from Phase II aircore drilling at its ANIT project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. The Phase II program, totaling 2,581m in 107 holes, was designed to test for extensions of the ANIT West and Central zones as well as to provide a preliminary evaluation of ANIT East, radon gas anomalies and buried targets (Map 1). This work, combined with the Phase I drilling (May 18th and June 16th 2010 News Releases) brings the total drilling to date on the ANIT area to 5,044m in 204 holes.

Results from the Phase II drilling on the ANIT West and Central zones are presented in Table 1 below. Highlights include ANIT West hole AN174 that averaged 4m at 0.078% U3O8 and 0.107% V2O5, and ANIT Central hole AN168 that averaged 7m at 0.037% U3O8 and 0.028% V2O5. This additional drilling in the main ANIT area provides further definition to strongly mineralized and thicker portions of the mineralized paleochannel at ANIT.

The advantage of the ANIT deposit style is the potential low cost of mining at surface and the potential to up-grade the deposit by simple physical separation of the carnotite uranium mineralization from the sand and gravel host. Since the mineralization is hosted by the fine sand component and non-mineralized gravel comprises a significant percentage by weight, removal of the coarse material by simple screening process could significantly increase the grade of the material prior to processing. This can have very positive effects on processing costs and also may significantly lower the economic cut off grade.

Blue Sky has recently commenced detailed sampling of the ANIT West and Central areas using a large excavator capable of reaching to 6m depth. The excavator pits will be hand sampled by Blue Sky technical staff, giving excellent geological control and accurate sample collection. At present the majority of mineralization discovered is in the 0-6m depth range. The Company has also retained Independent Metallurgical Operations PTY LTD of Australia (IMO) to carry out beneficiation testing and basic metallurgical testing of the ANIT uranium-vanadium deposit.


Table 1. Phase II Aircore Results from ANIT West and Central*
HOLE ID
FROM
TO
Meters
U3O8
V2O5
Target

AN_167
0
5
5
0.042
0.040
Anit Central

AN_168
0
7
7
0.037
0.028
Anit Central

AN_169
0
2
2
0.008
0.050
South Ext, Anit West

AN_170
0
2
2
0.024
0.056
South Ext, Anit West

AN_171
0
3
3
0.037
0.101
Anit West

AN_172
0
4
4
0.046
0.085
Anit West

AN_173
0
4
4
0.050
0.094
Anit West

AN_174
0
4
4
0.078
0.107
Anit West

AN_179
1
2
1
0.007
0.178
South Ext, Anit West

AN_180
1
2
1
0.006
0.079
South Ext, Anit West

AN_181
0
2
2
0.053
0.117
North Ext, Anit West

AN_182
0
4
4
0.039
0.195
North Ext, Anit West

AN_183
0
1
1
0.013
0.070
North Ext, Anit West

AN_184
0
2
2
0.017
0.131
Anit West

AN_185
0
4
4
0.064
0.189
Anit West

AN_186
0
3
3
0.071
0.153
Anit West

AN_187
0
2
2
0.028
0.146
Anit West

AN_189
0
4
4
0.036
0.258
Anit West

AN_190
0
2
2
0.013
0.092
Anit West

AN_191
1
2
1
0.006
0.170
Anit West

AN_198
1
2
1
0.012
0.047
South Ext, Anit West

*21 holes of 26 drilled in ANIT West and Central areas exceeded a cut off grade of 0.006 % U3O8 (50ppm U) over 1m.

Away from the main paleochannel large areas of lower grade, but potentially economic mineralization, have been discovered at ANIT East as well as 200m north and 400m south of the ANIT Central zone (See Table 2). Of 8 regional radon targets drilled 7 had no significant results, however, 1.65 km north of ANIT hole AN124 cut 1m at 0.017% U3O8 and 0.080% V2O5 at 8-9m below cover.


Table 2. Phase II Aircore Results from ANIT East and Regional Targets*
HOLE ID
FROM
TO
Meters
U3O8
V2O5
Target

AN_124
8
9
1
0.017
0.080
Anit North, radon.

AN_125
24
25
1
0.017
0.076
Anit North, radon.

AN_126
0
1
1
0.008
0.021
Anit East

AN(HQ)_127
0
1
1
0.007
0.029
Anit East

AN_128
0
1
1
0.015
0.024
Anit East

AN_131
0
3
3
0.011
0.039
Anit East

AN_132
1
3
2
0.009
0.057
Anit East

AN_133
0
2
2
0.012
0.043
Anit East

AN_134
0
2
2
0.009
0.021
Anit East

AN_135
0
3
3
0.006
0.031
Anit East

AN_136
1
2
1
0.028
0.039
Anit East

AN_137
0
1
1
0.006
0.024
Anit East

AN(HQ)_140
0
1
1
0.008
0.091
Anit East

AN(N)_140
0
2
2
0.010
0.093
Anit East

AN(HQ)_141
0
1
1
0.006
0.080
Anit East

AN(HQ)_142
0
2
2
0.007
0.045
Anit East

AN_148
1
2
1
0.020
0.064
Anit East

AN_149
1
2
1
0.028
0.064
Anit East

AN_161
1
5
4
0.020
0.061
Anit East

AN_162
0
4
4
0.028
0.075
Anit East

AN_163
1
3
2
0.015
0.042
Anit East

AN_165
0
3
3
0.015
0.036
Anit East

*22holes of 81 drilled in ANIT East and other Target areas exceeded a cut off grade of 0.006 % U3O8 (50ppm U) over 1m.

In the Phase II aircore drilling the addition of a second cyclone and careful attention to dust suppression resulted in much improved recoveries compared with Phase I drilling. Blue Sky considers aircore drilling a cost effective and fast method of locating mineralization, but not an optimal sampling method as the quantitative measurement of very fine clay size carnotite uranium mineralization (hosted unbound in dry loose sands and gravels) with conventional drilling methods has proved difficult as experienced by Blue Sky's team and other companies working on similar deposits in Africa and Western Australia. However, the benefit of the mineralization being located in the fine lose material and not bound within sand and gravel pebbles is in the potential to upgrade the mineralization as described on page one of this news release.


Table 3 - Comparison chart for known paleochannel deposits
Project & Location
Grade U3O8
Rock Type
Thickness
Length
(approx.)
Width
(approx.)
Resource

*Trekkopje and Klien Trekkopje
(Namibia)


0.013 %
Mostly Hard Rock2
80% less than 15 meters below surface


14 km


3 km
139.2 M lbs.
(inferred)

Langer Heinrich
(Namibia)


0.06 %
Mostly Hard Rock3


1 to 30 meters


15 km
50 to 1,100 meters
160 M lbs
(inferred)

Lake Maitland
(Western Australia)
0.033 %
Sand and gravel4
1.7 meters
average
5 km
200 to 2,000 meters
23.7 M lbs (inferred)

* AREVA purchased "Trekkopje and Klein Trekkopje" by paying USD $2.5 Billion to acquire Uramin Inc. The project is expected to be in production in 2010, with full production in 2011.Trekkopje grades 0.013 % U3O8 and is hosted in mostly hard rock where 80% requires drilling and blasting. In contrast, Blue Sky's "ANIT" is hosted in sand and gravel.

Analyses of samples reported herein were performed by Alex Stewart Assayers, in Mendoza, Argentina, an internationally recognized analytical services provider, by means of Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry following a four acid digestion (ICP-AR). Blank, duplicate, and standard samples were inserted into the sample sequence sent to the lab for quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) purposes. In total, 144 quality control samples (15 % of 969 total) were analyzed. Blue Sky detected no significant QA/QC issues during review of the data. Note that 10,000 ppm = 1% and 1% = 1.1792% U3O8, 1% = 1.785% V2O5. All holes were drilled using NQ size aircore, unless stated in table 1 above HQ size aircore.

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith, AusIMM, Blue Sky Uranium Exploration Manager and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky has, through its membership with Grosso Group Management, has signed and agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Monday, October 04, 2010
Blue Sky Identifies Three New Uranium Targets with Rio Negro Regional Airborne Survey

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce it has completed a 22,214 line km regional airborne radiometric and magnetic survey in the prospective Rio Negro basin, one of the largest known private geophysical surveys ever completed in Argentina. Three very large new uranium channel anomalies were identified by the airborne survey and Blue Sky has applied for 8 licenses, (71,765 hectares) to cover these new targets. The new uranium targets include:

• Paso Cordoba: 15 km long by 1 km wide uranium channel airborne anomaly.

• Evelina: 11 km long by 2 km wide uranium channel airborne anomaly.

• Norma: 7 km long by 1 km wide uranium channel airborne anomaly.

Blue Sky's objective in the Province of Rio Negro is to evaluate the regional potential to host additional new uranium deposits and capitalize on the Company's first mover advantage. Management is very excited by the discovery of these new large uranium targets and is currently working to expedite granting of the concessions in order to commence detailed ground exploration and evaluation of these new targets concurrent with the ongoing exploration at the Company's ANIT project. These new discoveries highlight the regional potential within the previously unexplored San Jorge basin in Rio Negro province.

For comparison purposes, when airborne data over the Company's previously-discovered ANIT and Santa Barbara zones is processed using the same parameters, ANIT forms a 16 km long by 1.5 km wide anomaly and Santa Barbara consists of three 1km wide zones with combined strike length of 20km. Maps of these radiometric anomalies are available to view on Blue Sky's web site (www.blueskyuranium.com).

Rio Negro Regional Airborne Geophysics

In April of this year Blue Sky was granted a special airborne geophysics license covering 2.265 million hectares which included all of the prospective areas for Uranium in the San Jorge sedimentary basin of Rio Negro Province, Argentina. The license allowed Blue Sky to fly high resolution airborne radiometric and magnetic surveys and Blue Sky had the exclusive rights to stake new exploration licenses on the targets identified in the survey. The contractors who completed the 22,214 line km airborne survey were global specialists APG Geophysics who used a fixed wing aircraft loaded with 3 large crystal detection packs to search for ANIT-style uranium mineralization over almost all the prospective sedimentary basin within Rio Negro. At the same time as Blue Sky was flying the regional airborne survey, the Company flew infill flight lines over Blue Sky's ANIT and Santa Barbara targets to provide back ground data for comparison purposes and to develop a validation process for analyzing and prioritizing new targets.

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith, AusIMM, Blue Sky Country Manager and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky has, through its membership with Grosso Group Management, has signed and agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Tuesday, October 05, 2010
Blue Sky Grants Stock Options

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) ("Blue Sky" or the "Company") announces that, pursuant to the Company's stock option plan, it has granted incentive stock options to its directors, employees and consultants to purchase up to 3,270,000 common shares in the capital stock of Blue Sky, exercisable for a period of five years, at a price of $0.26 per share. These options are subject to a four-month hold period.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.
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eine fulminate entwicklung heute jetzt schon mehr als 5 mio shares gehandelt !
es scheint das wieder eine Ausbruch bevorsteht


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Monday, November 01, 2010
Blue Sky Announces Exercise of 3,333,333 Warrants

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) ("Blue Sky" or "the Company") is pleased to announce that 3,333,333 Blue Sky warrants have been exercised for proceeds of $666,666. The Company is pleased with the confidence and support for its projects shown by its shareholders. These proceeds will be used to explore and develop the Company's uranium property portfolio in Argentina and for general working capital requirements.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 15 years experience in exploring South America. Blue Sky, through its membership with Grosso Group Management, signed an agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"

Mr. Sean Hurd, President & CEO
Blue Sky Reports Results from ANIT Uranium - Vanadium Project and Expands Regional Exploration Program

Jan. 20, 2011 (TheNewswire.ca) --

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce that it has completed and sampled a total of 310 excavator pits of up to 6m depth at its ANIT uranium - vanadium project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. The new data confirms the presence of a channel shaped mineralized zone more than 6 km long with a higher-grade and thicker central core. Overall the mineralized pits (103 pits with greater than 50ppm over 1m) average 0.04%U3O8 * (337 ppm Uranium) and 594 ppm Vanadium.

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Blue Sky Reports Positive Preliminary Metallurgical Testwork on the ANIT Uranium Project

Feb. 7, 2011 (TheNewswire.ca) --

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, WKN: AOMKXP) is pleased to announce that it has received a Sighter Metallurgical Testwork Report from Independent Metallurgical Operations Ltd (IMO) for the ANIT Uranium Project in Rio Negro Province, Argentina. This work demonstrates that most of the mineralized material from the ANIT can be significantly upgraded. The technique involves simple and inexpensive wet screening to remove coarse pebbles that contain little or no uranium mineralization producing low-mass high-grade concentrates.

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Blue Sky Announces New Uranium Discovery In Rio Negro, Argentina

Feb. 22, 2011 (TheNewswire.ca) --

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, FRA: MAL, WKN: A0MKXP, "Blue Sky" or "the Company") is pleased to announce prospecting results from one of seven new exploration licenses that the Company has applied for in the San Jorge Basin, Rio Negro Province, Argentina. These licenses cover a new uranium discovery that was identified by a 22,000 square kilometer airborne radiometric survey completed in 2010. Highlights include 3 meters grading 0.068 % U3O8 (TSXV:UWE) in unconsolidated sediments beginning at surface and open to depth in a hand excavated pit within a newly discovered 40 km by 10 km enclosed basin. See Table 1 below for complete results and Map 1 and 2 for sample locations.

Map 1 - http://www.blueskyuranium.com/i/maps/BSK-press-Feb2011-Map1.jpg

Map 2 - http://www.blueskyuranium.com/i/maps/BSK-press-Feb2011-Map2.jpg

The 7 exploration licenses that Blue Sky has applied for total 62,500 hectares and cover a new uranium discovery within the large San Jorge Basin, which is also host to several other Company projects including the ANIT project. Preliminary reconnaissance was done only on one license where 19 hand pits within a 7km x 4km area confirmed the presence of significant uranium mineralization hosted in fine sandstones, clays and tuffs.

This new discovery occurs at the terminus of a closed sedimentary sub-basin that is approximately 40km wide. The basin drains from rhyolitic volcanics with high background uranium values and forms the ideal geological environment in which to discover surface uranium paleo-lake deposits. The 2010 airborne radiometric data indicates that there is potential to discover significant uranium mineralization across 30km of the closed sedimentary basin.

The Blue Sky technical team is also very encouraged by the fact that some of the mineralized samples reported herein occur under thin cover where the airborne radiometric data does not indicate anomalous values. The entire terminus of the sub-basin which is prospective for uranium has been covered by Blue Sky exploration license applications. There is no evidence of previous uranium exploration in this area and a comprehensive exploration program is being planned for the new targets once the required permits have been granted.

The Company's exploration objectives are to identify satellite uranium deposits within the 200km wide San Jorge Basin and to continue to follow up on the extensive airborne survey that Blue Sky completed in 2010 to maximize Blue Sky's first mover advantage. The low cost of exploration and development combined with the very positive initial upgrading results from ANIT (see February 7, 2011 News Release) highlight the potential for economies of scale through multiple deposits.

Table 1

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|PIT_ID |From (m)|To (m)|Thickness_m|U ppm|V ppm|% U3O8**|
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 01|0 |1 |1 |261 |445 |0.031 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 02|0 |2 |2 |127 |282 |0.015* |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 03|0 |1 |1 |42 |498 |0.005 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 04|0 |3 |3 |238 |825 |0.028* |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 05|0.5 |1 |0.5 |104 |725 |0.012 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 06|0 |3 |3 |575 |1923 |0.068* |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 07|0 |1.5 |1.5 |290 |579 |0.034 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 08 |0 |0.5 |0.5 |69 |128 |0.008 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 09 |0.5 |2 |1.5 |117 |720 |0.014 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 10 |0 |1.5 |1.5 |272 |631 |0.032 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 11 |0 |2 |2 |543 |1337 |0.064 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 12 |0 |1 |1 |499 |1648 |0.059 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 13 |0 |1 |1 |339 |1066 |0.040 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 14 |0 |0.5 |0.5 |62 |156 |0.007 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 15 |0 |2 |2 |210 |703 |0.025* |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 16 |0 |2 |2 |<10 |306 |<0.001 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|CAL 17 |0 |1 |1 |157 |565 |0.018 |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|H-A |0 |0.4 |0.4 |360 |1295 |0.042* |
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|H-B |0 |0.8 |0.8 |379 |689 |0.045* |
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*open to depth **1 U ppm = 1.1792 U3O8

The technical information contained in this release has been prepared by Bruce Smith begin_of_the_skype_highlightingend_of_the_skype_highlighting, AUSIMM, Blue Sky Uranium Exploration Manager and a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101. Analyses of samples reported herein were performed by Alex Stewart Assayers, in Mendoza, Argentina, an internationally recognized analytical services provider, by means of Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry following a four acid digestion (ICP-AR). Blank, duplicate, and standard samples were inserted into the sample for quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) purposes. In total, 4 quality control samples (5 % of 75 total) were analyzed. Blue Sky detected no significant QA/QC issues during review of the data. Note that 10,000 ppm = 1% and 1% = 1.1792% U3O8, 1% = 1.785% V2O5.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSXV:BSK) (OOTC:BKUCF)

Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 18 years of experience in exploring South America. Blue Sky, through its membership with Grosso Group Management, signed an agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. (TSX:MDM) (OOTC:MNLDF) The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of international industry contacts, lead the exploration team on the search for quality resource opportunities.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
Monday, October 24, 2011
Blue Sky Commences Ground Geophysical Survey at Darmar Gold-Silver Targets, Rio Negro province, Argentina

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, FRA: MAL, WKN: AOMKXP) ("Blue Sky" or the "Company") is pleased to announce it has commenced an IP geophysical survey aimed at defining drilling targets on its Darmar I and Darmar gold-silver targets in the Rio Negro province of Argentina. These targets consist of two major airborne magnetic anomalies with gold-silver potential adjacent to Marifil Mines Limited ("Marifil") San Roque project, under option to NovaGold Resources, Inc. ("NovaGold").

Blue Sky's objective is to advance the gold-silver Darmar targets to the drill-ready stage and identify a potential joint venture partner while maintaining the Company's exploration focus on surficial uranium deposits in Argentina.

Blue Sky's Darmar I target is located 3.5 km southeast of the San Roque project and comprises of a 1.5 km in diameter magnetic anomaly. The Darmar target is located 43 km southeast from the Darmar I target and has a diameter of 4.5 km. Both targets may correspond to an intrusive system covered by shallow gravels. The 11 line-km survey will cover both Darmar targets and aims to confirm the presence of a sulphide-rich mineralized system and define drill targets. Both targets have the potential to host mineralized systems similar to that being explored by NovaGold at San Roque.

Marifil's San Roque project: On July 20, 2011 Marifil announced results from NovaGold's first phase drill program including an intercept of 120 m at average grade of 1.2 g/t Au and 10 g/t Ag in drill hole MSR-009 as well as significant values for indium, lead and zinc. Marifil stated that they believe that they have discovered a major gold-silver-lead-zinc-indium deposit and recently announced the commencing of second phase of drilling (3,500 to 5,000 m).

Normand Champigny of Blue Sky, Bruce A. Smith, Country Manager for Minera Cielo Azul S.A., a 100% owned subsidiary of Blue Sky, and John Kieley, consultant responsible for the geophysical interpretation, are Qualified Persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and have prepared and verified the information contained in this release.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with over 18 years of exploration experience in South America. Blue Sky, through its membership with the Grosso Group, signed an agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of Rio Negro, Argentina, for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity to develop mining projects that provide for the acquisition, exploration and exploitation of polymetallic and energy related mineral deposits. Blue Sky is one of the country's leading uranium exploration companies with more than 5,000 km2 of tenements. Argentina has an advanced nuclear industry, centered in the Rio Negro Province.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Normand Champigny"
_____________________________________
Mr. Normand Champigny, President & COO

For further information please contact:

Corporate Communications
Tel: 1-604-687-1828
Toll-Free: 1-800-901-0058
Email: info@blueskyuranium.com
Übernahme ?

Blue Sky negotiates potential JV for uranium projects

2011-10-27 10:46 ET - News Release

Mr. Sean Hurd reports

BLUE SKY ANNOUNCES ADVANCED JOINT VENTURE NEGOTIATIONS WITH MULTI-NATIONAL URANIUM MINING COMPANY

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. is negotiating with a multinational uranium mining company :D:cool: regarding entering into a joint venture on Blue Sky's uranium projects in Argentina. The negotiations are at an advanced stage and their successful conclusion is subject to the outcome of continuing due diligence.

We seek Safe Harbor.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Blue Sky Announces High-Grade Near Surface Uranium Discovery at IVANA

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, FRA: MAL, WKN: A0MKXP, "Blue Sky" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the discovery of high grade mineralization on its Ivana property located in the Rio Negro province, Argentina.The Company's President and Chief Operating Officer Normand Champigny stated: "This is an exciting new discovery at IVANA and to date these are the highest uranium grades we have encountered in Argentina."

The newly discovered mineralized area is located 20 km south from the 20-km long mineralized trenddiscovered earlier this year (press releases of February 22 and August 9, 2011).The highlight from the new discovery is an interval of 1.81% U3O8over 0.75 m including 6.67%U3O8over 0.15 m. The highlights in the table below are from 5 handpitsexcavated up to 1.2 m deep along a 3.3 km long northwest-southeast mineralized trend. Mineralization is open at depth.


Pit
From
To
Thickness
meters
% U3O8
% V2O5

I CAL 11- 30
0.00
0.60
0.60
0.02
0.04

I CAL 11- 31
0.20
1.00
0.80
0.61
0.40

I CAL 11- 32
0.20
1.20
1.00
0.38
0.15

I CAL 11- 33
0.25
1.00
0.75
1.81
0.47

I CAL 11- 34
0.00
1.00
1.00
0.02
0.02




The mineralization style and geological setting at Blue Sky's new discovery at IVANA are similar to the Langer Heinrich mine in Namibia (Measured and Indicated Resource of 150 million lbs. U3O8 at a grade of 0.054% U3O8 using a 0.025% U3O8 cut-off, Paladin Energy Ltd. 2011 annual report). At Langer Heinrich, mineralization occurs within a 15-km long paleo-drainage system and is near-surface, between one meter and 30 m thick, between 50 m and 1,100 m wide, that is hosted in sediments with a calcrete cover and overlyingArchean granites.

Carnotite, a potassium uranium vanadate, is the uranium ore mineral. Vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) can be produced from carnotite and is mainly used as an alloy of steel.

In addition,a total of 27 auger holes, 3 m deep on average, were completed between the hand excavated pits.Downholegamma probe readings (usingdownhole probe Mount Sopris model 2 PGA-1000)confirmed the presence of strong,near surface radioactive zones. Values ranging from1,271 to 111,000 countsper second (next to I CAL 11-33) were measured in 15 holes.

High grade uranium mineralization is foundin the form of carnotite hosted in unconsolidated and well sorted reddish and yellowish sands covered by calcrete. Lower grade mineralization is hosted in green clays with carnotite occurring along parting planes. Less than 500 m from the mineralized pits, outcrops are observed from Upper Proterozoic shales and schists of the NahuelNiyeu Formation and Carboniferous to Permian granites of the Navarrete Plutonic Complex.The mineralized sands appear to be part of fluvial paleochannels eroded in the basement metamorphic and granitic rocks.

This press release was reviewed by Normand Champigny, Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101. Field work was carried out by Blue Sky's exploration tem under the supervision of Bruce A. Smith, Country Manager for MineraCielo Azul S.A., a 100% owned subsidiary of Blue Sky, and Qualified Person.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky is one of Argentina's leading uranium exploration companies with more than 5,000 km2 of tenements. The Company's mission is to deliver exceptional returns to shareholders by acquiring, exploring and advancing a portfolio of uranium projects with an emphasis on surficial deposits, in Argentina and other jurisdictions.

The Company is a member of the Grosso Group, aresource management group with experience in South America since 1993. As a member company of the Grosso Group, Blue Sky benefits from the signing ofan agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of the Rio Negro province, Argentina, for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity. Argentina has an advanced nuclear industry, centered in the Rio Negro Province.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Normand Champigny"
___________________________________
Mr. Normand Champigny, President& COO

For further information please contact:

Corporate Communications
Tel: 1-604-687-1828
Toll-Free: 1-800-901-0058
Email: info@blueskyuranium.com
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Blue Sky Announces Advanced Joint Venture Negotiations with Multi-National Uranium Mining Company

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, FRA: MAL, WKN: A0MKXP, "Blue Sky" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it is negotiating with a multi-national uranium mining company regarding entering into a joint venture on Blue Sky's uranium projects in Argentina. The negotiations are at an advanced stage, and their successful conclusion is subject to the outcome of ongoing due diligence.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky is one of Argentina's leading uranium exploration companies with more than 5,000 km2 of tenements. The Company's mission is to deliver exceptional returns to shareholders by acquiring, exploring and advancing a portfolio of uranium projects with an emphasis on surficial deposits, in Argentina and other jurisdictions.

The Company is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with experience in South America since 1993. As a member company of the Grosso Group, Blue Sky benefits from the signing of an agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of the Rio Negro province, Argentina, for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity. Argentina has an advanced nuclear industry, centered in the Rio Negro Province.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
___________________________________
Mr. Sean Hurd, Chairman & CEO

For further information please contact:

Corporate Communications
Tel: 1-604-687-1828
Toll-Free: 1-800-901-0058
Email: info@blueskyuranium.com
Friday, January 27, 2012
Share Capital Restructuring

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, FRA: MAL, WKN: AOMKXP) ("Blue Sky" or the "Company") announces a proposed consolidation of its share capital on the basis of one new common share of the Company for every ten existing common shares. The share consolidation is subject to approval by Blue Sky shareholders at the upcoming special meeting to be held on Thursday, March 22, 2012, and approval by the TSX Venture Exchange. Blue Sky currently has 87,019,896 common shares issued and outstanding. Post consolidation, there will be approximately 8,701,989 common shares issued and outstanding. Management believes that the consolidation is necessary in order to provide the Company with a share capital structure that will better attract capital financing and enhance future growth opportunities.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky is one of Argentina's leading uranium exploration companies with more than 5,000 km2 of tenements. The Company's mission is to grow by acquiring, exploring and advancing a portfolio of uranium projects with an emphasis on surficial deposits, in Argentina and other jurisdictions.

The Company recently entered into a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with AREVA Mines ("AREVA") to jointly explore Argentina for uranium deposits. The partnership will take full advantage of AREVA's vast global experience, Blue Sky's technical team and the Company's well established presence throughout Argentina (See January 4th, 2012, press release for complete details).

Blue Sky is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with experience in South America since 1993. As a member company of the Grosso Group, Blue Sky benefits from the signing of an agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of the Rio Negro province, Argentina, for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity. Argentina has an advanced nuclear industry, centered in the Rio Negro Province.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Sean Hurd"
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Mr. Sean Hurd, Chairman and CEO

For further information please contact:

Corporate Communications
Tel: 1-604-687-1828
Toll-Free: 1-800-901-0058
Email: info@blueskyuranium.com
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.661.363 von hoschmi am 28.01.12 00:31:57So das wäre also ein Negativsplit der Aktien 10:1.
Hoschmi, Du bist ja unermüdlich am Posten der News. Vielen Dank.
Offensichtlich hast Du noch oder wieder Anteile?
Ich bin auf Einstandsniveau Ende 2008 gefallen, also eine absolute Nullrunde, bisher. :rolleyes:
Uran ist ja in voller Breite niedergeprügelt worden von den Investoren. Es kann wohl als sicher gelten, dass das aber wieder massiv kommt. Es fragt sich nur wann? Vielleicht sollte ich noch einmal nachlegen. Vom Chancen-Potenzial hat sich ja nicht viel geändert bei BSK.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.716.704 von Long56 am 08.02.12 08:55:13Ich bin nach wie vor der Ansicht, dass BSK nicht mehr das gute Chancen-Risiko-Verhältnis hat, auf das ich einst 'gebaut' hatte. Aber Du hast recht, ich habe wieder eine kleine Position im Depot.
Und hier die neueste Meldung:

Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: BSK, FSE: MAL (WKN A0MKXP), "Blue Sky" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the discovery of additional high grade mineralization on its Ivana property located in the Rio Negro province, Argentina (press release of October 26, 2011). The highlight from the discovery is an interval of 1.40% U3O8 over 1.10 m including 2.74% U3O8 over 0.5 m (see photograph at http://www.blueskyuranium.com/i/maps/calicata-37.jpg).

Remote sensing and geological mapping interpretation shows a paleo-channel cut into the granitic basement. The mineralized pits are located within this paleochannel in areas of very high surface radiometric anomalies (+200 counts per second using a Georadis RS 125 scintillometer) that cover a large area of approximately 3 km2. High grade uranium mineralization is found in the form of carnotite hosted in unconsolidated and well sorted reddish and yellowish sands covered by calcrete, and extends into the weathered granitic and rhyolitic basement.

The mineralization style and geological setting at Ivana are similar to BHP Billiton's Yeelirrie uranium deposit in Western Australia*. Ivana, as with Yeelirrie, are both surficial uranium deposits that are situated in a paleo-channel directly overlying granitic basement rocks.

The highlights in the table below are from 4 hand pits excavated up to 1.8 m deep. Mineralization is open in all directions and at depth.

Pit From To Thickness meters % U3O8
I CAL 11- 35 0.00 1.13 1.13 0.20
I CAL 11- 36 1.10 1.82 0.72 0.11
I CAL 11- 37 0.62 1.72 1.10 1.40
I CAL 11- 38 0.48 1.37 0.99 0.43

Analyses of samples reported herein were performed by Alex Stewart Assayers, in Mendoza, Argentina, an internationally recognized analytical services provider, by means of a four acid digestion followed by a reading with Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-OES). Blank, duplicate, and standard samples were inserted into the sample for quality assurance/quality control ("QA/QC") purposes. Blue Sky detected no significant QA/QC issues during review of the data.

This press release was reviewed by Normand Champigny, Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101. Field work was carried out by Blue Sky's exploration team under the supervision of Bruce A. Smith, MAusIMM, Chartered Professional Geologist, and Qualified Person.

* World Nuclear Association web site presents a figure of resource estimate of 52,500 tonnes contained U3O8 (174 million lbs.) @ 0.15% U3O8 in the Indicated category.

About Blue Sky Uranium Corp.

Blue Sky is one of Argentina's best positioned uranium exploration companies with more than 5,000 km2 of tenements. The Company's mission is to deliver exceptional returns to shareholders by acquiring, exploring and advancing a portfolio of uranium projects with an emphasis on surficial deposits, in Argentina and other jurisdictions.

The Company recently entered into a MOU with AREVA to jointly explore Argentina for uranium deposits. The partnership will take full advantage of AREVA's vast global experience, Blue Sky's technical team and the Company's well established presence throughout Argentina (see press release of January 4, 2012 for complete details).

The Company is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group with experience in South America since 1993. As a member company of the Grosso Group, Blue Sky benefits from the signing of an agreement in principle for a strategic alliance with the Government of the Rio Negro province, Argentina, for the purpose of jointly exploring the potential for commercial mining activity. Argentina has an advanced nuclear industry, centered in the Rio Negro Province.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Sean Hurd
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.897.258 von hoschmi am 13.03.12 23:39:22Na dann werden wir mal schauen, wie es so mit Uran-Aktien und Blue Sky Uranium weitergehen wird. :look:


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