You are happily looking at an artist's conception of an amazing discovery, nothing less than a step toward discovering life on other planets: Hubble has discovered the first organic molecule that's not of our sol-system. The compoud discovered is methane, a integral part of the chemical reactions needed to form life, as we know it. This is taking us further and further along - beam me out there, Scotty.
The discovery was was made on a planet called HD189733b, the size of Jupiter, and only 63 light years from us in a constellation called Vulpecula. Hubbble confirms the existence of water molecules in the planet's atmosphere, a discovery made by Spitzer in 2007. Water in its air.
It's a hot one, about 1700 degress F, too hot for life as we know it (so far!) but what this really means is that chemicals needed for life on earth can more likely be found on other more earth-life planets, somewhere in the galaxy ....
As if we didn't know.