Question. If this happens every year at this same time, when the earth is in this particular area of it's orbit, then what 'direction' is it facing? As in, what particular area of the solar system or the galaxy is it aligning with during this time, that it isn't the rest of the year? What lies in 'that direction'? Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37066320
Does that make sense? lol
There are many orbit simulations out there you can study on if you wish, what exactly you are trying to figure out I don't know.
NASA says themselves [link to science.nasa.gov
* "Spring is fireball season, says Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Center. For reasons we don't fully understand".
* "Researchers who study Earth's meteoroid environment have never come up with a satisfactory explanation for the extra fireballs. In fact, the more they think about it, the stranger it gets.
* "Autumn is the season for sporadic meteors," says Cooke. "So why are the sporadic fireballs peaking in spring? That is the mystery."
I think something much deeper down Pandoras box is going on, I doubt an answer will come from something as an orbit simulation showing galaxy's, constellations etc.
Why do I think that? Because NASA is saying it's a "mystery" and they "don't understand" and even for me I can't prove any source to you.
Something much more odd is going on as it why all this is occurring.