Not directly - you need to have some way of moving that data. There are multiple techniques available - but which will be the better option all depends on your requirements.
For example - if this is a one time operation and there are less than a 1000 rows to be copied, you could just create a script that generates insert statements for the data and copy that script to a query window connected to the other server and run it. Or you can use the import/export wizard in SSMS to extract and load the data - or even switch SSMS to output to a CSV file and import the file - or use BCP to export/import the data.
If you have a linked server created - you can do it directly with 4-part naming.
For a repeatable process that refreshes that table on a set basis, then you can use SSIS or BCP or Powershell or linked server or any other tool that allows you to connect to a database.
There are also DACPAC/BACPAC options available - again, depends on your process requirements.
And before you ask - none of these options are necessarily better than the other because it all depends on what works best for you and can be supported, managed and maintained in your environment.