Okay, I'll answer this as quickly and efficiently as I, being a long-winded lunatic, can.
We know the xenomorphs can survive in the vacuum of space from the material provided in both Alien and Aliens.
In Alien, the xenomophs eggs were initially existing in an area which was still being terraformed and could not support any life yet. While not quite a vacuum, this is very close.
In Aliens, however, we clearly witness the queen existing in the vacuum of space. When the shuttle took off, the queen escaped either by clinging to the hull of the ship or hiding within the landing gear. If she did hide with the landing gear, that region of the ship would not contain life-support.
Additionally, in the final scene with Ripley, the majority of the queen's body was beyond the point where the air would provide any pressure. In essence, she was in the vacuum of space, save for her upper torso. Because we did not witness any freezing or bodily explosions due to the gases within her body boiling, it is safe to assume that xenomorphs can exist in the vacuum of space.
Finally, other organisms with very similiar resistances as the xenomorphs can survive in the vacuum of space. For more information, look up a peculiar organism known as a Water Bear.
Now then, if the queen from AvP were to be recovered, as I have argued time and time again, she could never be used for reproductive means because her abdomen has been removed. However, the queen could be cloned...And thus I clothe my naked villainy
With old odd ends stolen forth from holy writ
And seem a saint when most I play the devil.