RIMAP will on Friday release the results of its study, which reportedly centers around a site off Goat Island in Narragansett Bay in Newport.
Experts at the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project (Rimap) say they have tracked down the resting place of Captain Cook's doomed vessel, which found Australia in 1770.
Chair of the ANMM, Peter Dexter, is travelling to the U.S. to attend the event along with Alastair Walton, Australia's consul-general. The state of Rhode Island is presently the Endeavour site's owner (whichever wreck site it might be), but if found and raised, artifacts from the vessel could be the subject of an worldwide custody battle between claimants.
Australia has been trying to find the ship which discovered the country for decades. The Royal Navy purchased her four years later, and with then-Lieutenant Cook as her commander, she set off to survey unknown lands in Oceania.
Cook was chosen as the commander and departed Plymouth in August the same year, travelling through the Pacific Islands before arriving in New Zealand in September 1769.
Australia, New Zealand, the United States and UK could also feasibly lay claim to the Endeavour on the grounds that it is historically significant to their country.
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The scientists also made a detailed chronology of the last years of the life of the endeavour: first, he returned after a three-year expedition from the coast of Australia to England. "It is exciting. We are closing in".
The wreckage site of Capt. James Cook's ship Endeavour has eluded researchers for years, though they have always been searching an area off Goat Island as a "promising" possibility.
In 1993, volunteers with RIMAP began researching the cluster of sunken 18-century vessels, believed to include the Endeavour, and eventually traced paperwork that proved Cook's ship was renamed Lord Sandwich. "This is a vessel that is significant to people around the world, including Australia".
Over 25 years, marine archaeologists have narrowed down the search for the Endeavour from a fleet of 13 vessels to five, and have now pinpointed one extremely promising site.
"In a statement on their website, RIMAP said: "[we have] identified a possible site in Newport Harbour that might be the Lord Sandwich ex Endeavour".
As the first known European ship to make landfall on the eastern coast of Australia, the Endeavour's legacy has become at least ambiguous. "Therefore, fundraising is ongoing for the artifact management facility needed to process, store, and display the artifacts that will emerge from the planned 2019 excavation".