Comet 67P harbors oxygen molecules as old as the Solar System

I wonder if it smells stale.

We have new data from the Philae lander – it identifies several new organic molecules on Comet 67P, charts internal structure

Two different Philae instruments, known as Ptolemy and COSAC (Cometary Sampling and Composition), hunted for organic compounds— the building blocks of life as we know it — on and around Comet 67P.
While the initial data burst received from the lander did hint at the existence of organics on its surface, the data was limited and its meaning not very clear.
The new data is much more interesting.