Water found near 'hot Jupiter'

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope discovered “clear signs” of water vapour on an exoplanet 64 million light years from earth.
At an average temperature of 1,340 degrees Fahrenheit, planet HD189733b is far too hot to sustain life, but the discovery nonetheless ìimplies that other planets in the universe, possibly even rocky ones, could also have water. Water is believed by most scientists to be crucial to life so its discovery on HD189733b brings about the possibility of life outside the solar system.