Do two images in a social media post show the Hubble Telescope and a satellite? No, that's not true: The Instagram post shows a NASA observatory plane, and a balloon that was used to provide mobile Internet service in Africa.
The claim appeared in an Instagram post on October 20, 2021, with a picture of a NASA plane and an internet balloon. It opens:
Globetards be like 'But they told me the "G" in GPS means Global, so earth must be a spinning space ball' ... 'Why would they lie to me!'
This is what the post looked like on Instagram on October 20, 2021:
(Source: Instagram screenshot taken on Oct 21 2021 13:37:55 UTC 2021)
The top image in the post isn't the Hubble Telescope; it's a modified Boeing 747 used by NASA to study the solar system from high in the atmosphere. It's called SOFIA, the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy:
(Source: NASA/Jim Ross)
This is what the Hubble Telescope looks like as it orbits the Earth:
The second image in the post isn't a satellite; it's a giant balloon, one of many that were used to bring internet service to remote areas of Kenya. It was a joint venture between Kenya TelKom and Google sister company Loon that shut down in early 2021.