A dwarf star 44 light years away has a system of six planets. The outermost of the six orbits squarely within the star's habitable zone. That makes it an early candidate for possibly being a home of life.
Better yet, it is a Super-Earth about seven times as massive as our world. We, therefore, wouldn't be very comfortable there in all likelihood, but it's probably a rocky world, and liquid water could exist on its surface-- a big plus for possible life.
The next generation space telescopes should be able to image the planet directly in a few years. That picture could possibly be a turning point in human history.