Detection of regular variations in the intensity and pulse time of arrival of the anomalous pulsar PSR B0943+10
Timing of the anomalous pulsar PSR B0943+10 during 2007-2013 was carried out on the Large Phased Array radio telescope of the Pushchino Radio Astronomy Observatory at 112 MHz. The astrometric and rotational parameters for epoch MJD=56 500 have been determined. Considerable deviations of the pulse times of arrival from the precalculated values with a characteristic period of several years due to the presence of correlated low-frequency noise in the pulsar spin phase have been detected. These deviations can be explained in a planetary model by the presence of two companions of the pulsar, whose orbital parameters have been determined. A continuous increase in the longitude of the pulse maximum within the emission window, the pulse width, and the intensity have been detected after each switch to the burst mode. Together with the changes in pulse shape, degree of linear polarization of the pulse, and drift rate of individual pulses detected earlier, this indicates that all the main parameters of the radio emission in the B mode are unstable. This distinguishes PSR B0943+10 from all other modes-witching pulsars. The origin of the observed properties of this pulsar are probably associated with the interaction of its extended magnetosphere with the surrounding medium.