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'''Johann Wilhelm Wagner''' (24 November 1681 in Heldburg/[[Thüringen]] – 16 December 1745 in [[Berlin]]) was a German [[astronomer]].
 
== Life and Work work==
 
Between 1700 and 1703 he had a position as assistant to [[Georg Christoph Eimmart]] at his observatory in [[Nürnberg]]. In April 1704 Wagner began his studies at the [[University of Jena]]. From 1706 to 1709 he was at the private observatory of Baron Bernhard Friedrich von Krosigk (1656–1714) [[Berlin]]; in the following years followed various posts in [[Russia]] and [[Silesia]]. From 1711 till either 1712 or 1713 he was a professor at a [[Knight academy|Ritterakademie]].