I don’t believe there is a specific time period in which it is best to see shooting stars. The best time would be on a clear night somewhere far from city lights. There are times when the Earth passes through debris in the atmosphere which would be a good time to watch as well. These instances do not arrive at specific times of year either; you should watch the news for these instances or search online for them in your area.
Actually the times the earth passes through the debris do indeed arrive at specific, repeated times each year.
The most reliable and generally most visible shower is the Perseids, which center around August 12.
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