Here are some posts I saw in July. Unfortunately, some of the posts I read on Facebook are no longer available so I couldn't include them.
NASA's Juno spacecraft captures incredibly detailed images of the cloud tops of Jupiter. This image was taken on 8 November 2020 during Juno's thirtieth close pass by the planet.
Credit: NASA, Sardar Usman, NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Facebook Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/nasafbsite/permalink/584917947185949/?paipv=0&eav=AfaYFQM3c5qkC32VmM6ZSEFbeH1jGGlEcFNHLhzoNe4okyHVFih0_MzdFpI3iNL7d8E&_rdr
Clearest images of Jupiter
Credit, astro.voyagers, Instagram
note, that the post has several images (click the link above to see them).
What you see here is known as the Space Jellyfish Phenomenon
Credit, star_voyager, Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/Cum4heHMPiQ/?igshid=MTc4MmM1YmI2Ng%3D%3D&img_index=1
Note, that there are multiple videos on this post (click the link above to see them)