Galileo Mining has announced rhodium assays from the first four RC holes of the second RC drill program at the Callisto palladium-platinum-gold-copper-nickel discovery within the Company's 100% owned Norseman project in Western Australia. Galileo's Managing Director Mr Brad Underwood said “The latest rhodium assays from our Callisto discovery confirm the presence of rhodium at consistent grades across all the drill holes analyzed to date. The extensive continuity of mineralization intercepted is remarkable and strengthens our belief that there is more to be found.Rhodium is a very rare metal that is predominantly used in automotive catalysts for pollution control as well as for jewellery, and other uses. It is almost always produced as a by-product of platinum, palladium, copper, or nickel mining. The occurrence of rhodium at Callisto has considerable potential to add value to the overall project.