Atomic announces approval of 43-101 report for 1761 sq. km. Mbinga uranium project in Tanzania



    VANCOUVER, Jan. 30 /CNW Telbec/ - Atomic Minerals Ltd. (ATL: TSX-V) is
very pleased to announce that it has received final approval from the TSX
Venture Exchange (the "Exchange") for the technical report (the "Technical
Report") prepared in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 for the three
mineral licenses located on the East Malawi Extension Block in the United
Republic of Tanzania, Africa (the "Licenses"). The Licenses are presently
owned by Geo Can Resources Company Ltd. along with a number of other licenses
which Atomic has agreed by way of letter of intent to option a 90% interest
in, as detailed in the Company's news release dated January 28, 2008. A map
showing the general location of the Licenses is available on Atomic's website
at the following URL link:
http://www.atomicminerals.com/info/AtomicTechRep_Map5.pdf
    The Technical Report, which will be available under Atomic's public
company documents on www.sedar.com, describes the Licenses in detail. The
Technical Report also sets out in detail the two-part, USD$1.35 million dollar
exploration program recommended by Roger Newell, Ph.D., the author of the
Technical Report. The report is also available for viewing on Atomic's website
at the following URL link:
http://www.atomicminerals.com/info/AtomicTechRep.pdf
    With the approval of the Technical Report, Atomic can now proceed with
the filing of required materials describing the proposed transaction with the
Exchange.

    About Atomic Minerals

    Colorado

    Atomic Minerals Ltd. also holds leases over a total of 932 mining claims
located in both Dolores and San Miguel counties in south-western Colorado,
approximately 30 miles from Denison Mine Corp's White Mesa Mill. Atomic has
completed six of a proposed thirteen-hole drill program. Samples from this
drilling are currently being assayed. Atomic also holds a letter of intent to
option a 90% interest in a further 1585 mining claims in Dolores County.
Atomic holds leases over an additional 272 mining claims located in the
northern part of Colorado in Grand County.

    "Warren McIntyre"

    Warren McIntyre
    President and Chief Executive Officer
    Atomic Minerals Ltd.


    The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy
    or accuracy of this news release.




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