Human servicing missions have already enabled fantastic advances in space science through the Solar Maximum Mission and the Hubble Space Telescope. In the future, these advances can only improve as technology and science continue to progress at increasing rates. Future servicing missions may continue to be human servicing missions, or a combination of human and robotic capabilities, but as robotic technology advances, robotic autonomous missions to scientific spacecraft will be possible. ESA is already using autonomous robotics to service the ISS, and Orbital Express has proven that some of the technology already works. As robotic technology continues to improve, new servicing capabilities will become possible, creating opportunities for even greater science that better keeps up with evolving space technologies.