A very, very big hole in the Crown of the Sun recorded by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory NASA. The hole was detected 6 days ago on 18 July at the north pole of the Sun, in an area of low density in the upper layers of the atmosphere, namely the Crown. The holes in the Crown of the Sun containing limited amounts of solar material and have somewhat lower temperature, so it shows much darker than the surrounding environment. Still appear in different areas and at different times of the activity cycle of the Sun. The fact is that in this phase activity gradually driven to the Sun the solar maximum, which is expected to happen at the end of this year. For this reason the current time the holes in the Crown of the Sun fall, however during the solar maximum, the sun's magnetic field reversed and appear new holes near the poles of opposite magnetic alignment. Then their size and their number grows, and as the sun again leads to the solar minimum, holes appear even in areas outside of the poles. The holes in the Crown of the Sun is very important for understanding the so-called "space weather", and cause powerful solar wind particles.