In an article on phys.org [http://phys.org/news/2015-06-red-dwarf-planet-hydrogen-massive.html] [Broken], it states that the exoplanet GJ 436b is 33x closer to its parent star than the earth is to our sun. It also states that the exoplanet is less than 2 million miles away from the star. If I assume an average distance of 93 million miles (earth-sun), then 1/33rd that yields nearly 3 million miles. Less than 2 million miles would yield a value approximately 48x closer than the earth-sun distance. What am I assuming incorrectly?