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 May 07, 2008
Mesa Conducts Radon Survey at Moonshine Springs, Arizona

 Mesa Uranium Corp. ("Mesa") is pleased to announce that it has started a soil-gas radon survey at the 100%-owned Moonshine Springs project in Arizona. The survey is being conducted to verify the exact location of a historic radon survey and to refine targets for the 2008 drilling program scheduled to begin after the survey results are evaluated (approximately 8 weeks).

Mesa acquired two data sets in 2007 that contain partial drill and radon survey results on work conducted by Exxon and Pathfinders in the late 1970s. Radon anomalies identified by this work led to the discovery of the adjacent 4 million pound U3O8 Moonshine deposit currently owned by Denison Mines. Three radon anomalies are known to occur in the general area: two on our project (East Zone and West Zone) and one directly over the Denison Mines deposit. Each radon anomaly is approximately 200 to 500 feet wide and 6,000 feet long aligned in north-south trends.

Mesa drilled two holes on the project in late 2007 within the West Zone, encountering significant U3O8: M-1 intercepted 7.5 feet of 0.21% U3O8 and drill hole M-2 intercepted 4 feet of 0.47% U3O8, as previously released. Drilling in 2008 will step-out from the West Zone holes and also test the radon anomaly at the East Zone.

About Mesa Uranium
Mesa is a uranium exploration company focused on exploration in proven uranium mining districts in the western United States. Mesa has 100% ownership of 46 square miles of uranium exploration lands in the Lisbon Valley Mining District in Utah and the Arizona Strip Mining District in northern Arizona. For further information please visit our website at


(signed) Foster Wilson, President and CEO

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