RX J1242.6 - 1119A, referred to commonly abbreviated as RX J1242 -11, is a galaxy in the constellation Virgo at a distance of about 200 Mpc ( 650 million light years). Early 2004 could be observed at this galaxy for the first time how a supermassive black hole from a star located in relative proximity withdrew matter and incarnated itself. Due to the large gravitational and tidal effect of the star was literally torn. The name is derived from RX J1242.6 -1119, the name of a ROSAT X-ray source, which was identified as galaxy pair.