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3 Jan 2019

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(a) Seen through a telescope, the planets take on completely a new appearance.
(b) Seen through a telescope, the planets take on a completely new appearance.
does this sound natural?

Hello. I'm not sure if this category is the right place to ask this, but I would like to get some insightful advice from you out there.
Which do you think is the better sentence between those two I wrote above?
(a) is the one I found on my textbook when I was studying, but I suppose this is rewritten in a better form just by replacing two words, because, technically, adverb("completely") is used to modify verb, adjective, or adverb.
Would you give me your views on my inference? I will appreciate any advice.
Thank you in advance.
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