Photo by Pittendreigh
HOW TO FIND IT:
Draw a line from Delta, through Sigma and Alpha. Or sweep the area between Upsilon at the end of the scorpion's tail, and Antares, the brightest star in the constellation (make it a wide sweep, because M62 would not appear right on any imaginary line between these two stars.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR:
This will be a fantastic globular cluster set with the backdrop of a rich star field. It will be easily seen through binoculars.
This should be a visually impressive globular cluster to observe.