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Pilot Ara Zobayan told air traffic controllers he was climbing, when in fact he was descending, shortly before the crash.

Zobayan told air traffic control moments before the tragic accident that the helicopter was climbing, while it was actually descending, the NTSB documents indicate.

Although the helicopter's accelerations were not recorded since the aircraft did not have a data recorder, Moler indicated that "c$3 alculated apparent angles at this time show that the pilot could have misperceived both pitch and roll angles".

The board, which has not yet issued a final report on the cause of the January 26 accident, said pilots can become confused about an aircraft's attitude and acceleration when they cannot see the sky or landscape around them, causing "spatial disorientation".

In a news release, NTSB said that no conclusions about how or why the crash occurred should be drawn from the information in the docket, which "does not provide the final report, nor does it contain analysis, findings, recommendations, or probable cause determinations".

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The NTSB said there was no sign of engine failure. The impact caused a crater and scattered debris over an area the size of a football field in the Calabasas hills.

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Apparently, that is something that can happen if a pilot gets disoriented during low visibility weather. He replied to the message the next morning to argue that the weather was "looking OK". No drugs or alcohol were found to be in Zobayan's system at the time of the crash.

Bryant was known to be so passionate about junior women's basketball - and his daughter's dream of one day playing in the WNBA - that he'd often watch games she wasn't playing in to scout opponents or support the children of fellow former NBA players.

One of the 40 documents posted by the NTSB includes a 215-page safety report that concludes with an article written by the former president of the Helicopter Association International titled "Land the damned helicopter".