The first-ever family portrait of a planetary system (that is, not ours) has been taken. The planets are so young that they are still glowing with heat, which makes them easier to see. Phil Plait of Bad Astronomy is giddy like a schoolgirl about it:
How long before we see the Holy Grail, the first image of a terrestrial planet, orbiting a star like the Sun at just the right distance for liquid water to bathe its surface? It may not be for a decade or two, but mark my words: that day will arrive.