The closest star to us, Proxima Centauri, is located at a distance of 4.2 light years from us. Would you be able to walk one billionth of the distance to it in a month if you could walk in space?
One billionth of 4.2 sv. years = 4.2 ∙ 365.25 ∙ 24 ∙ 3600/10 ^ 9 = 39700 km. Even if you walk 31 days 24 hours a day at a speed of 7 km / h, you can only walk 5208 kilometers.
So the answer is NO.
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