111 light years away. So likely not. Conceivably a robotic probe in a few thousand years, although actually stopping might be unlikely.
You are of course completely wrong. I think you will find the fastest object ever known is a hire carI've just worked out how long it would take the fastest object ever made by humans to get to this new planet...
Planet is 111 light years away.
Light = 186,282 miles/sec
186,282 miles/sec * 60 seconds = 11,175,720 miles/min
11,175,720 miles/min * 60 mins = 670,543,200 miles/hour
670,543,200 miles/hour * 24 hours = 16,093,036,800 miles/day
16,093,036,800 miles/day * 365.25 days = 5,877,981,691,200 miles/year
5,877,981,691,200 miles/year * 111 years = 652,455,967,723,200 miles
Voyager 1 probe = 11 miles/sec
11 miles/sec * 60 seconds = 660 miles/min
6,600 miles/min * 60 mins = 39,600 miles/hour
39,600 miles/hour * 24 hours = 950,400 miles/day
950,400 miles/day * 365.25 days = 347,133,600 miles/year
652,455,967,723,200 miles / 347,133,600 miles/year = 1,879,553 years
So nearly 2 millions years for the fastest object ever created by humans to reach this new planet.
I won't hold my breath...
The image we see of their planet is 111 years old. Maybe they were observing an image of our planet thousands of years ago, having already abandoned their K2-18b after ruining it by experimentally pursuing feral concepts of evolution in an age of economic development.Who knows, maybe the life forms on that planet are at this moment looking at ours and thinking ‘Mm, that planet has water and might be the saviour for our species...’