We were getting bored of hot super-jupiters and massive super-earths, right? Well, finally a normal planet has been found by ESA's CoRoT satellite telescope in a star of the constellation Serpens Cauda (snake's tail).
The new exoplanet is a regular gas giant like Jupiter or Saturn and is in a temperate zone, reasonably distant from its parent star, which is similar to our Sun (a very normal star, by the way).
Source: Science Daily.
Update: The same story at BBC reports that the planet has an orbit "like Mercury", which is clearly too close to the parent star to be considered a "temperate zone". They still dare to speculate (just that) about the possibility that the planet might have water clouds.