So once a traveler or object passes outside a solar system they can travel fairly rapidly between them. Ironically it takes much more time to travel from the outer most gravity well to the inner planets. This phenomenon is exaggerated even further when traveling between galaxies. The travel between one galaxy and another, (assuming there is nearly no gravity) can be done in seconds.
Take Voyager for example. Once it passes beyond our star’s gravity well in the next 20 years we will essentially see it “disappear” but in fact it will have just passed on into the gravity field of the star it was pointed at, Star system AC +79 3888. By old standard calculations about 40,000 years travel time or 17.4 light years. But I estimate it to take only a few weeks to slow back down once it reaches the gravity well of the star system.
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